National Council of Churches in India condemns killings in New Zealand; affirms solidarity with Muslims

National Council of Churches (NCCI) in India is saddened by the hate-filled terror attack at Christchurch in New Zealand. We extend our solidarity to the families of the victims and we stand with friends of the Islamic faith who are affected largely by the trauma of the attack. Let God enable all the affected ones […]

NCCI joins NCDC to include Dalit Christians and Dalit Muslims in Scheduled Caste list

  The outcry of the Dalits has always been suppressed in different ways by the dominant hierarchical groups in India. The sheer interference in letting them accept a religion which breaks the bondage of caste and treats them equally comes in the limelight when it tries to uplift them from their suppression. But the tyranny […]

Call for applications to the post of NCCI Executive Secretary – Women Concerns Ministry

Copy of the advertisement of the NCCI calling for applications to the post of NCCI Executive Secretary – Women Concerns can be download here… Please encourage suitable candidates to apply for the same. Thanking you, Sincerely, Rev. Asir Ebenezer General Secretary, NCCI

Report of the Youth and Women Empowerment Program

Date: 6th March 2019 Venue: Vidharbha Centre for Labour Concerns (VCLC), Butibori The youth and women living on the fringes are quite often ignored by the mainstream of the society. They are not provided opportunities to explore their potentials. Devoid of a domain to learn and an orifice to demonstrate their skills, add to the […]

Consultation on Ecumenical Formation and Capacity Building for Young Dalit, Tribal/Adivasi Theologians

National Council of Churches in India- Dalit and Tribal/ Adivasi Concerns in partnership with Henry Martyn Institute, Christian Service Agency and EMW Germany  Consultation on Ecumenical Formation and Capacity Building for  Young Dalit, Tribal/Adivasi Theologians 11-13 February 2019, Henry Martyn Institute, Hyderabad The tyrannical social system of caste is creating a major disturbance in the […]

Thursdays in Black says no to all kinds of violence.

India has been a country where a number of violence is subsisting openly. Human Trafficking in India although illegal under Indian law, remains a remarkable problem. People are frequently illegally trafficked through India for the purposes of commercial sexual exploitation and forced/bonded labour. Women and girls are trafficked within the country for the purposes of […]