Church of England Pensions Board instrumental in launch of Global Industry Standard on Tailings Management
The Global Industry Standard on Tailings Management (the Standard), launched today, establishes the first global standard on tailings management
Church of England Pensions Board co-chairs initiative that today launched a new Net Zero Investment Framework
New ‘Net Zero Investment Framework’, issued today, supported by the Church of England Pensions Board.
The Church Commissioners for England announced today the appointment of Bess Joffe as Head of Responsible Investment for the Church Commissioners for England
Bishop calls for targeted sanctions to defend freedom of religion or belief in plea for action to protect Uighurs
A new system of targeted sanctions could be used against the perpetrators of “gross human rights abuses” on the Uighur people in China, a bishop has told the House of Lords.
The Bishop of Bristol, Bishop Viv Faull has been appointed a deputy lead bishop for safeguarding, with a focus on liaison with diocesan bishops on behalf of the National Safeguarding Steering Group (NSSG) and with the wider Anglican Communion, and to speak on safeguarding in the House of Lords.
The Church of England's statement on the Smyth case.
Churches and clergy across the country are being invited to take part in discussion about a new partnership aimed at improving the care and wellbeing of ministers, in a ‘Big Conversation’ launched today.
Christians in the UK will join in worship with their brothers and sisters across Europe and beyond this Sunday as the Church of England’s weekly online service goes international.
The lead bishop for safeguarding, Jonathan Gibbs, has previously written a letter stating that the National Safeguarding Team (NST) has no view about, and is not involved in, the wider issues relating to the College and the Dean at Christ Church, Oxford and this remains the case.
A meeting of the House of Bishops took place today on Wednesday 22 of July 2020 (by Zoom)