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In the context of the current protests in Iran, it is quite surprising that no one in the mainstream media has mentioned the example of the Otpor actions (Serbian for resistance) featuring many studen
Before I had a son who uses a wheelchair, I have to confess I was pretty blind to accessibility issues.
Putting aside my disappointment at once again not making the Queen’s Birthday Honours (that's sarcasm for those who might think I'm serious) I really enjoyed debating today on the Big Questions with
No, not more on their expenses. But there is a small window of opportunity to change the law so that asylum seekers can get better access to healthcare.
Another classic case of people within the churches resorting to personal attacks rather than dealing with the issues around church schools being raised by other religious people.
Another classic from Steve Chalke, founder of Faithworks, which may not go down well with some of his more conservative colleagues.
Saturday 27 June 2009 is Britain's first Armed Forces Day, which is intended to become an annual celebration.
In July, our partners the Fellowship of Reconciliation are initiating a new project: a training weekend to give people practical skills in peacemaking and nonviolence.
A coalition of campaign groups has launched a major new campaign to put pressure on the Burmese Junta to release Aung San Suu Kyi before the Burmese elections.
I see that the Bible Society's thinktank Theos have found that 60 per cent of people they surveyed back making euthanasia legal with 59 per cent agreeing that more public money should be given to enab
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