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Recent Staff Updates at USPG

USPG Staff updates January - April 2023

Launch of 'República de Jovens' Home in Brazil

IEAB have just opened a home for young boys aged 18-21 to support their time after release from government foster care.

USPG attends South Asian Forum in Stuttgart

USPG were pleased to have been able to participate at the recent South Asian Forum (SAF) which met in Stuttgart, Germany between the 7th-9th March 2023. Hosted by Evangelical Mission in Solidarity (EMS), there was much excitement in the room as this was the first time that the annual event has been in-person for two years due to Covid-19.

USPG provides support for Mozambique in the wake of Cyclone Freddy

Cyclone Freddy, one of longest-lasting tropical cyclones ever recorded, has wreaked havoc on Mozambique and surrounding countries over the past few weeks with the extent of damage and loss of life only now being fully realised.

One year on, Ukrainian refugees receive vital support from USPG

Our joint appeal for Ukraine with the Diocese in Europe has raised over £400,000 this past year.

USPG set to launch new global forum of scholars engaged in theological research

FeAST – Fellowship of Anglican Scholars of Theology

IC2023 concludes

15 Primates and 29 delegates from member churches across the Anglican Communion committed to work in collaboration to tackle the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery as USPG’s International Consultation in Tanzania ends.

USPG launches International Consultation 2023

USPG launches International Consultation 2023


Set my People Free - USPG International Consultation in Tanzania

Primates and representatives from across the Anglican Communion will travel this weekend to Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania to attend USPG’s International Consultation on the global issue of Human Trafficking.

USPG welcomes The Church Commissioners response to historic slavery links

USPG were present yesterday, Wednesday 11th January, as the Church Commissioners announced the creation of an “impact investment fund” of investment, research and engagement worth £100 million in order to mitigate the lasting impact of their fund’s connection with the slave trade

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