Dear friends, The Southern African Faith Community Environment Institute (SAFCEI) believes that people of faith have a moral imperative to speak against the socio-ecological injustices that face Africa’s peoples and our surrounding environment. In witnessing for the earth, SAFCEI believes that faith leadership at local level can share our local experiences, network with each other, […]
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FLEAT met in Malawi from 10 – 15 October for their last official workshop before they embark on the next phase of their journey: inspiring others to care for Creation and spreading the word on environmental justice. Malawi was identified as one of the countries that would benefit from the FLEAT experience after the flooding in […]
SAFCEI’s Faith Leader Environmental Advocacy Training (FLEAT), which began in 2014, is reaching the conclusion of its first cycle and moving into the next phase. In a last series of workshops taking place in Tanzania, Kenya and Malawi, FLEAT members showcased what they’ve learnt by presenting or organising environmental trainings with local groups or communities, […]
SAFCEI spent some time in Durban this week, briefing faith leaders from the Kwazulu Natal Inter-religious Council environmental group on SAFCEI’s court action against the nuclear deal as well as on the outcomes from COP21, done by Lydia Mogano who was there during the first week of the climate talks.
Board members of the Southern African Faith Communities Environment Institute (SAFCEI) held a vigil outside the entrance to parliament. This was part of SAFCEI’s ethical governance initiative and is in response to government’s continued support of nuclear power. Join our weekly #NukeVigil outside Cape Town parliament every Wednesday morning between 7.30am-9am. Support the #NukeVigils by […]