We are people with a vision for a more just world working for organisations that address poverty, inequality and social exclusion, together with local groups and churches across the world.
We are a network unified by our concern for relief and development with European and Christian identities in common.
The network provides a space where we can partner to support each other in meeting our respective visions, and to lend a collective Christian voice to issues relating to social, economic and environment justice.
After 19 years, we count many successes but we recognise the numerous challenges still faced by those who are the poorest and most marginalised in the world – and so our work together continues.
At the EU-CORD General Assembly in May EU-CORD’s new vision for advocacy was adopted. This document, which can be accessed here, sets out EU-CORD’s vision for global justice. It is the understandings and aspirations explained here that guide our advocacy work, both now and in the years to come. The document has come from a […]
In this series of articles EU-CORD members share some of the work they have been doing in responding to the large numbers of refugees and migrants arriving in Europe. Here Dávid Gál, Director of International Programmes at Hungarian Baptist Aid, writes on the ways in which Hungarian Baptist Aid have responded in Hungary and beyond. During the summer […]
Nine EU-CORD members attended the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) in May, and as a network we worked in the preparations for the summit, including attending the global consultations and being featured in the UN OCHA Publication for the WHS ‘Together We Stand‘. Our thematic focuses have been the role of faith actors in humanitarian action, disability-inclusion, […]