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Is There a Church for Human Rights?

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In this article 1453 grade 11 students of private (anglican and catholic) and public schools are investigated with the help of a survey that was conducted in 1995/1996 in the Johannesburg/Pretoria-region in South Africa about the influence of their ecclesial attitudes on their human rights culture. These attitudes appear to positively contribute to their civil and environmental rights culture, negatively to their political rights culture, whereas they appear to have little or no influence on their economic and judicial rights culture. The article concludes with a plea for less decentralisation within the church and for making more space for the youth' inspiration and creativity.

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2001-01-01
2015-08-01

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