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Youth in ecumenical conversations

Youth at the WCC's 8th assembly, Harare, Zimbabwe, 1998. © Chris Black / WCC

Ecumenical conversations was a space where Assembly participants were able to share insights and concerns on issues of critical significance to the ecumenical movement. The conversations aimed at offering a meaningful presentation of the issues, encouraging an exchange of experiences and identifying emerging challenges. The fruits of these discussions will influence the future programmatic work of the WCC. It was therefore crucial that young people's voices were present and heard in all the conversations. And in fact, all young people (18-30 years old) registered at the Assembly were allowed to participate in the discussions. A not-to-be-missed opportunity!