She was also appointed to the Anglican Peace and Justice Network of the Anglican Communion and helped to establish a partnership between dioceses in Quebec, Burundi and Scotland.
What does APJN stand for?
APJN stands for Anglican Peace and Justice Network
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However, Africa has not reaped its fair entitlement," said Kenyan Anglican Bishop Gideon Ireri, who heads the Anglican Peace and Justice Network in his country.
This issue arose as a result of a report on the Middle East from the Anglican Peace and Justice Network and thus, "The (Anglican Consultative Council) had adopted a recommendation that churches put pressure on firms that contribute to Israel's occupation of the Palestinian territories, including the removal of investment funds in these companies as a last resort.
Concerns were raised after a visit to the Middle East last September by the Anglican Peace and Justice Network (APJN), which included a representative from the Anglican Church of Canada--Cynthia Patterson of the diocese of Quebec.
Last September, members of the international Anglican Peace and Justice Network visited the Episcopal (Anglican) diocese of Jerusalem and said it would discuss the results of its visit at the June 2005 meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council.
The move follows a mid-September visit to the Episcopal diocese of Jerusalem by members of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network, an Anglican group with international membership that supports peace and social justice initiatives.