Asian Center for the Progress of Peoples (Hong Kong) Archives
Total size 24 m.
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The ACPP formerly the Center for the Progress of Peoples (CPP) was founded in 1979 by religiously-inspired individuals and groups who worked for justice and peace; although inspired by Pope Paul VI's Encyclical letter ‘Progress of Peoples’ (Populorum Progressio, 1967) it is independent of organized religions, churches and of political parties and governments; based in Hong Kong; one of their projects is the Hotline Asia as a response to the needs of grass root workers and local action groups; Hotline Asia distributes the Urgent Appeals; ACPP cooperates with many religious social justice bodies, professionals and scholars.
Documents on the annual general meetings and meetings of the board; resolutions; annual reports; quarterly reports and staff documents; correspondence on countries; financial documents; Urgent Appeals; papers of Jack Clancey (Labour desk); documents concerning Hotline Asia, Asia Link, 3 Year Program Funding; documentation 1982-1996.