WCIA

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WCIAWashington Cities Insurance Authority (Tukwila, WA)
WCIAWelsh Centre for International Affairs
WCIAWisconsin Crop Improvement Association
WCIAWalden Community Improvement Association (community governing body; Montgomery, TX)
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Welsh Centre for International Affairs chief executive Susie Ventris-Field said: "We are proud of Wales' heritage as an outward-looking nation and the role of dedicated people across Wales in creating a fairer and more peaceful world.
Many organisations in Wales are already signed up to the campaign, including CAFOD, Christian Aid Wales, Fair Trade Wales, Islamic Relief Wales, Oxfam Cymru, Save the Children Wales, Tearfund, Wales Africa Community Links and the Welsh Centre for International Affairs.
To end his visit, the Archbishop visited a workshop at Cardiff's Temple of Peace organised by Life for African Mothers and the Welsh Centre for International Affairs.
The launch of the campaign will be at 7pm on Friday, June 1, at the Temple of Peace, Cathays Park, Cardiff, home of the United Nations Association and Welsh Centre for International Affairs (WCIA).
MARTIN POLLARD Chief Executive, Welsh Centre for International Affairs
Speaking before the Welsh Centre for International Affairs in Cardiff, he said: "It is a little too easy to blame the present situation on an accumulation of individual greed, exemplified by bankers or brokers, and to lose sight of the fact that governments committed to deregulation and to the encouragement of speculation and high personal borrowing were elected repeatedly in Britain and the United States for a crucial couple of decades."
NICK BOURNE former Leader of the Welsh Conservatives in the National Assembly JILL EVANS MEP BARONESS KINNOCK BARONESS RANDERSON STUART CANE Amnesty International LILA HAINES Oxfam Cymru SALEEM KIDWAI Muslim Council of Wales RICHARD LAYDON Cafod Wales MARTIN POLLARD Welsh Centre for International Affairs JEFF WILLIAMS Christian Aid Wales GREGORY CAMERON Bishop of St Asaph DAVID WILBOURNE Asst Bishop of Llandaff DOMINIC WALKER Bishop of Monmouth ANDY JOHN Bishop of Bangor JOHN DAVIES Bishop of Swansea and Brecon REVD CAROL WARDMAN Bishops' Adviser for Church and Society
Cor Cochion Caerdydd, or Cardiff Reds Choir, took part in the event, which was organised by the Welsh Centre for International Affairs and Catholic aid agency Cafod.
In Cardiff, addressing the Welsh Centre for International Affairs and students from Cardiff University's School of Engineering - Dr Evans points to the web as a driver of some of the theories.
Director of the Welsh Centre for International Affairs Stephen Thomas said: "It was particularly saddening for the Armenians present that this happened on the day of the Holocaust Memorial Day.
The recent four-year series of special consultations between the three Abrahamic Faiths, under the heading of Fear, Democracy & Religion, organised by the International Strategic Affairs Group of the Church in Wales, in association with the Muslim Council of Wales and the Welsh Centre for International Affairs, was a huge step forwards in inter-faith dialogue.
The Church in Wales is teaming up with the Muslim Council of Wales and the Welsh Centre for International Affairs to explore the challenges and concerns created by different fundamentalism or forms of religious extremism throughout the world.
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