NCC Office Statement Statement Regarding the Hong Kong Protest
Regarding the anti-extradition bill protest that took place in Hong Kong on June 9th, the Hong Kong Christian Council (HKCC) published an urgent appeal.
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NCC in Japan publishes a statement that supports the appeal. See the PDF below.
NCC Office Statement
The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons came into effect on January 22. NCC has issued a statement in this regard. Please see the PDF. ［Correction］ We found an error in the statement posted. It's been replaced by the correct one. Please see the revised version. Our apologies. 210127NCC-Statement-English revised
This year marks the 100th anniversary since Korea, which had been under the rule of the Empire of Japan, carried out the Independence Declaration on February 8th and Independence Movement on March 1st. On this occasion, NCCJ (National Christian Council in Japan) announces the statement considering how we grasp the historical facts and how Japan and the North and South Korea will advance toward the future. Please see the PDF. ２.8Declaration
NCC Office News
The National Council of Churches in Korea and the National Christian Council in Japan held a joint consultation on "Peaceful Reunification of Korean Peninsula and the Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution" June 11. This was a part of NCCK's campaign for a Korea Peace Treaty in Northeast Asia. 20 participants from Korea, 9 from Europe and North America, and 9 from Japan participated in this half-day consultation. Rev. Ra Heak Jib, Chair of NCCK Committee on Reconciliation and Peaceful Reunification, talked about the importance of this campaign for reconciliation and peaceful reunification of Korean Peninsula. From Japan side, Ms. ...
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