Our Fields of Activities and Themes
Our understanding of "Mission" is rooted in the belief that all people are created to be different, but with the same value and dignity. This means that all human beings – regardless of their ethnicity, gender, religion or geographical origins – should be able to partake equally of what the Bible calls "abundant life for all" (John 10:10).
We build our work on this conviction: in the Fields of Activities, International Learning Community and International Development Cooperation.
We align our work with the UN Sustainable Development Goals ("Agenda 2030"). Specifically, we are guided by the SDG 16+ goal: building peaceful, just and inclusive societies. Our many years of experience in intercultural and interreligious peacebuilding and our focus on the interplay between religion and development are particularly relevant here.
Annual Report and Financial Report
The Annual Report provides information about Mission 21's work and our principles, and it shows how we put those principles into practice during the year under review. It includes the annual financial statement together with details about the origin and use of funds. The main donor groups are mentioned and presented in sample texts. The Report also includes information about the mission organisation's structure and governing bodies, together with a brief portrait of Mission 21. The annual report is published each June after it has been approved by Mission 21's International Mission Synod.