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CHURCH LAUNCHES VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN CHARTER

The Church of Scotland is urging congregations across the country to sign up to a charter and publicly pledge support for eradicating violence against women, girls and children.

The new charter, which states that all gender-based violence contravenes Christian teachings, can be downloaded from the Church of Scotland website and displayed in local churches.

The charter is one of a series of new resources produced by the Church of Scotland's Violence Against Women task group, Integrity, which were launched during the UN-backed 16 days of Activism against Gender Based Violence in November. Church of Cairo, StARS was one of the irst organisations in Egypt dedicated to improving the quality of life of refugees and vulnerable migrants.

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