WSCF Global Programmes
|OBJECTIVES:||To engage the Federation to create and provide and interfaith platform for youth and students.|
WSCF dialogues and engages with young people from other faiths working together on environmental issues, migration and refugees issues.
WSCF believes that the core values of all religious faith is founded on love, peace, justice and harmony. Our interfaith and inter-religious programmes bring young people together to share, listen and learn from one another to break the walls of indifference, apathy and intolerance.
|OBJECTIVES:||To work in solidarity with SCMs and student movements to advocate for the Rights to Education for All.|
Give more young people a chance of education – WSCF’s campaign to provide more young people with equal access to higher education that is affordable and fair.
Across the world, people are being denied access to higher education because of rising costs and systemic discrimination. We believe this is wrong – education should be available to all and not a commodity only the privileged can afford.
WSCF’s higher education projects ensure that student movements have the resources and knowledge to pressurize authorities to change their policies. We support students and youth to debate and advocate for these issues openly, and support global efforts to protect education from increasing commercialisation.
|OBJECTIVES:||To promote climate justice by advocacy process at international governance bodies together with ecumenical churches, multiple stake holders and networks upholding the youth an student voice.|
WSCF train and empower more students and leaders to fight climate change, campaign for the rights of indigenous people, and create lasting change for the earth.
As Christians, we believe that we are stewards of God’s creation, called to care for the environment and the world. But across the globe, we are seeing the devastating effects of climate change, which is not only harming the planet but leaving people displaced, vulnerable and poor.
WSCF is committed to fighting this injustice, supporting our local movements and students to campaign for the rights of marginalized peoples and working globally to secure a better future for our shared planet. You can help these students today by donating to WSCF’s Eco-Justice programs.
|OBJECTIVES:||To initiate the process of dialogue, create ad space and develop theological understanding for SCMs on Human Sexuality.|
WSCF works for dialogue, understanding and unity within the church, affirming the dignity and voices of all people.
‘We are many, we are one’ – these are the words that represent the vast diversity of members within WSCF, and the single unity we have in Christ. As a diverse global federation, we work across boundaries of race, sexuality, gender, class or culture to protect the dignity of all people through dialogue and prayer, especially those who suffer discrimination from those in positions of power.
WSCF’s IDD Program ensures more churches, student movements and communities can come together to resolve conflict and welcome the other into an encounter of God’s love.
|OBJECTIVES:||To mobilize the Federation on issues pertaining to overcoming violence and peace-making with a focus to the situations in the Middle East and Colombia.|
WSCF support new peace-building programmes in the Middle East, training more students and young people to lead initiatives that tackle the root causes of war and conflict.
In the midst of war and violence in the Middle East, it is the people who suffer the most. Civilians are caught up in fighting, being displaced from their homes and forced to flee – often risking terrible danger to find safety in a foreign land.
WSCF is committed to supporting our movements in the Middle East to continue being a witness for peace in the region. Our peacebuilding and dialogue programme brings young people together, often from different faiths, to share and learn about the root causes of conflict and find new ways to build peace. Donate today to give more students a chance to take part in this initiative.