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The protests in Quebec and Europe, Seattle and Washington D.C are strong indications that a huge number of groups with diverse interests are coming together to plan strategies to address unquestionable globalization. One of the goals of ENEJ is to find out what is going on in the Episcopal environment that addresses this issue. Please contact Dick Gillett at if you are involved in globalization efforts.

For worker justice issues visit the website for Interfaith Worker Justice (a collaborating organization with ENEJ) at

Cities in a Globalizing World:
Report on Human Settlements, 2001
344 pages, William Van Vliet, Earthscan, London, 2001, $99.95, $35 (paperback).

Comeback Cities:
A Blueprint for Neighborhood Renewal
Paul S. Grogan and Tony Proscio, Westview Press, Boulder, CO, 2000, 304 pages. $25, $16 (paperback).

The New Globalization:
Reclaiming the Lost Ground of our Christian Social Tradition
Richard W. Gillett
Pilgrim Press

The State of the World’s Cities:
Report 2001
United Nations Centre for Human Settlement (Habitat), UNCHS, Nairobi, 2001. 125 pages. $16.95. Available online at

Milennium Development Goals / Episcopalians for Global Reconciliation
For information about how your parish or diocese can support the United Nations eight Milenium Development Goals, contact Episcopal Relief and Development and ask for the brochure "The MDGs and You" and the liturature at See also the resolution adopted by the 2003 General Convention regarding this issue. The primary resource for infomrmation is Episcopalians for Global Reconciliation at

Appalachia and Globalization - A Report of the Commission on Religion in Appalachia (CORA)



2018 Convention Resolutions

Read them here.

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