CWM’s recent Management Initiatives include the “Brexit, Borders and Belonging” workshop developed for the CWM Europe Region, which provides a safe space for member churches to contextualise and engage with pertinent issues of the day, and its theological implications; discern alternatives and consider how to resource congregations with some online resources via the Regional website.

Another initiative is the militarization consultation which intends to gather activists and public intellectuals who are political analysts and scholars of religions engaged in resisting the empire and militarization in different ways. One of the conference’s objectives is for these theologians to strengthen each other’s work by harnessing their expertise in taking a public stand against militarization and to energize the society with a new vision of humanity. They also aim to come up with a few publications that encourage, enhance and stimulate critical thinking and action in resisting militarization in a creative and imaginative way on the basis of a liberating vision of life, land and seas.