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10am to 4pm, St Paul ’s Church, Robert Adam Street, London W1U 3HW

CSW has joined with other groups to hold a Day of Prayer for Burma in London on March 11 as part of a global prayer initiative. Jonathan Aitken will lead devotions and speakers from the Karen, Chin and Kachin ethnic groups will share prayer topics.

Guy Horton, a human rights campaigner who in 2005 presented the ‘Dying Alive’ report into the ‘slow genocide’ of the ethnic groups, will also be speaking.

Other topics for prayer will include support for the work to bring Burma before the UN Security Council and safety for those facing the ongoing attacks of the Burma Army.
The Day of Prayer has been arranged by CSW, Karen Aid, the Karen Action Group and the Committee for Internally Displaced Karen People.

“Even as CSW campaigns for change in the political sphere, we are fully aware we must also pray for the people of Burma . The ongoing human rights abuses in Burma must drive us to our knees. I would urge as many as possible to join us for the Day of Prayer for Burma .”