Pusan 2013: die workshops

ÖRK Vollversammlung Pusan 2013:  29.10. - 08.11.2013

Fünf Workshops mit deutscher Beteiligung finden statt.
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Workshops in Pusan / Seoul 

Di, 5. Nov. 2013, 14.15-15.45
Life, Free of Nuclear Power (WS272)

Korean Christian Network for World Without Nuclear Weapons and Nuclear Power/NCCJ
Room 204

Description: Nuclear reactors in Japan and Korea are dangerously disaster-prone, as they are in the most densely populated countries in North East Asia, where there is also an ongoing danger of a nuclear arms race going out of control. Christians and other citizens in Japan, Korea and Taiwan are resisting the nuclear complex of power and weapons and working toward a world free of nuclear power and nuclear weapons. The workshop is intended to advance a theological and general discourse for peace for a world without nuclear complexes and to help form an Asian and global action network, in cooperation with already existing networks on similar issues.

Berichte und Dokumentation


Mi, 6. Nov. 2013, 14.15-15.45
Covenanting for Ecological Justice (WS 158)

Evangelical Mission in Solidarity, Protestant Church in Baden, Presbyterian Church in the Republic of Korea
Room 110

Description: Ecological justice concerns everyone. It draws attention to threats to life but also to the promise of life in fullness. The commitment to a lifestyle and a subsistence strategy or economic system that preserves natural resources, to combating poverty, and to a positive vision of social justice and just peace all go hand in hand. Together they are steps on our way to justice and peace. There are, however, conflicts of interest and priorities – in and between the global South and the global North, for example – that need to be taken seriously. Direct ecumenical partnerships between churches in different parts of the world are well suited to work together on these challenges. Conversation with and among church experts from different contexts is equally important. The workshop will bring people from this different area together.

Berichte und Dokumentation


Do, 7. Nov. 2013, 14.15-15.45
Article 9 of the Japanese Peace Constitution (WS216)

National Council of Churches in Japan (für ein kurzes statement der EMS ist u.a. Pfrin Ulrike Schmidt-Hesse angefragt, die Stellvertretende Generalsekretärin)

Descpriction: Japan’s 1947 „Peace Constitution“ is so called because it contains Article 9, which states: The Japanese people forever renounce war as a sovereign right of the nation” (Clause 1) and “Land, sea and air forces, as well as other war potential, will never be maintained” (Clause 2). Through lectures, testimonies, prayer, dialogue and faith based declarations, the Asia Interreligious Conference on Article 9 has sought to protect the letter and promote the spirit of Article 9 against domestic and international pressures toward remilitarization of Japan. This workshop will share the results of the work in this area.

Berichte und Dokumentation


Di, 5. Nov. 2013, 14.15-15.45
Nuclear phaseout or a New Atomic Age? 

"MEET - More Ecumenical Empowerment Together". A German network of young people who want to live their Christian faith ecumenically (http://meet-junge-oekumene.de)


Dscription:  The Fukushima nuclear disaster has changed standpoints on nuclear power in many countries within populations and governments. Young people from Germany and Asia will present the changes in their countries and enable the sharing of different current policies on nuclear power. A panel discussion will include young perspectives from Eastern Europe and the United States. The workshop will offer a discussion on how nuclear power relates to political and ecological justice, justice among generations - and therefore to peacebuilding. The workshop will seak to enable (young) people from various countries to hear and to learn from each other and to discuss how Christians can contribute to a public reconsideration on nuclear power in their own contexts.

Berichte und Dokumentation


October 26, 2013, 13:00 ff
Kriegsdienstverweigerung in Korea 

DOAM, Mennoniten, Gruppen in Korea

Der Workshop zur Kriegsdienstverweigerung wurde leider abgelehnt, da dies ein zu heikles Thema für die Kirchen in Korea ist. In Korea wird KDV noch immer als Landesverrat betrachtet und insgesamt sind etwa 700 Menschen im Gefängnis. Der workshop wird nun dennoch unter Federführung der DOAM (Paul Schneiss/Fernando Enns) stattfinden, allerdings außerhalb der ÖRK Vollversammlung am 26.10. in Seoul unter Beteiligung von unterschiedlichen Gruppen in Korea. Es geht darum entsprechende Forderungen aus Jamaika umzusetzten, ein Forum zu schaffen, bei dem sich Menschen zusammentun, die zu diesen Thema arbeiten und unsere Partnerkirchen zu motivieren, auch diesen Aspekt der Arbeit für den Frieden auf der koreanischen Halbinsel in ihre Agenda aufzunehmen. Beteiligt ist auch Renke Brahms, Beauftragter des Rates der EKD für KDV. 

Berichte und Dokumentation 


Mo, 4 November, 2013 Time: 14.15. - 15.45
Stop Climate Change Now! Save Peoples' Environment and Livelihoods!

(WS111) United Evangelical Mission UEM), Communion of Churches in Three Continents Bexco Convention Hall, Room: 102

Since 2008 member churches in the United Evangelical Mission have given special attention to climate justice and environmental protection. Churches in the UEM Asia, Africa and Europe have developed or rediscovered their contextual creation theologies and spirituality. Furthermore, through ecumenical team visits they have assessed the impact of climate change, environmental destruction and the exploitation of natural resources on peoples' lives, especially those who are most vulnerable. This workshop will explore the results of work in this area

Berichte und Dokumentation


GETI  -   Global Ecumenical Theologiocal Institute

"the future of ecumenism and the transformation of World Christianity in the 21st century"

Mehr zum Institut hier

Berichte und Dokumentation


Aktion "Gender" 


A coalition of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Christians and their allies from member and observer churches of the World Council of Churches

Mehr zu dieser Aktion während der Vollversammlung in Pusan hier







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nach Pusan: Auswertung, Powerpoint, Predigten

zum PeaceTrain / Madang 
in Berlin  und  Dankgottesdienst in Pusan und BLOG von R. Lamotte 

w o r k s h o p s   zu
Peace Constitution Japan
Pfrin S. Kluger berichtet
+ Dokumentation
Aktion "Gender"
Ecological Justice
Nuclear Phaseout
Free of Nuclear Power
Gangjeong auf Jeju-do 

Freedom to Just Peace

Zu der Vollversammlung
direkt gehe zu
WCC-Busan 2013

BLOGs aus dem Peace Train und aus Pusan

Online-Tagebuch der badischen Teilnehmenden 

vonRainer Lamotte (Pfalz, DOAM, EMS)

von Rebecca Froese (Mennonitin, Steward in Pusan)

von Reisegruppe EKHN (Hessen, Frankfurt a.M.)

von Kai Lüke (Pfalz, Berlin)

von Anne Heitmann (Baden)


der EKD-Delegation

Posts während der VV auf der meet Homepage

von Brot für die Welt

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