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The Australian Student Christian Movement is delighted at today's result in Australia's same-sex marriage survey.
The ASCM calls on the Australian government to make civil marriage a reality available to all Australians, without regard to gender, and opposes the proposed postal plebiscite on marriage equality as a flawed and inadequate process.
This recently-published book may be of interest to SCMers.
Andika Mongilala is the ASCM national treasurer. He became involved in student activism in the Indonesian Student Christian Movement (GMKI) before moving to Australia.
Faith-based groups across Australia are uniting to call on the Australian Government to participate and support the UN negotiations for a treaty banning nuclear weapons this year.
East Timor was a wonderful country to visit. The people were all very welcoming and friendly and it was so important to see such a close neighbour of Australia’s as it develops.
Victorian members Adam Van and Henrike Brussaard attended the Nonviolent Interfaith Leadership Program (NILP) last year, which was organised by Pace e Bene A
There's a lot of talk about dog whistling in Australian politics, and rightly so.
Ray Barraclough, Queensland SCM Friend and secretary of A Progressive Christian Voice (Australia), writes:
ASCM's National Coordinator, Ann Ng, visited Bogotá, Colombia, with other members of the World Student Christian Federation in September 2014. Her report from the trip is attached here.