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A year into Sierra Leone’s battle against Ebola, the country is making progress in its journey towards recovery, although much remains to be done, says Christian Aid.
A new TUC report Disability and employment, published today looks at the experiences of disabled people in the labour market and finds that they are still at a significant disadvantage.
Amnesty International has received a huge response to a crowdfunded newspaper adverts campaign calling on Justice Secretary Michael Gove to save the Human Rights Act.
The inquest into the death of Private Cheryl James who died at Deepcut Barracks in 1995 will go ahead early next year, a Coroner has ruled.
A new organisation: Compassionate Britain - speaking up for disabled people aims to unite people across the political spectrum against welfare cuts targeted at disabled people.
A demand for urgent reform of the tax system in response to the suffering caused by inequality has been made at the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
Christian Aid partners are preparing to assist civilians caught up in the political unrest in Burundi.
Police investigating the use of Scottish airports by CIA rendition flights have asked for an un-redacted version of the Senate report on the detention and interrogation programme.