Blogs

17 Nov 2013

Disabled and sick people in Scotland are being hit the hardest by Westminster’s cruel Bedroom Tax, new research suggests.

16 Nov 2013

US Christian leaders are united in a desire to remind Congress members that the moral obligation to the poor is far from over.

16 Nov 2013

Racism is ingrained in US culture and, despite progress, Americans have tendencies to exclude those they define as “the other”.

16 Nov 2013

Participants in the Global Ecumenical Theological Institute, part of the WCC assembly, “believe in the future of the ecumenical movement.”

16 Nov 2013

Forget what self-appointed experts might tell you or what political bureaucrats might suggest either. Just cast a quick look for yourself at the Middle East North Africa (MENA) map today, says regional expert and Ekklesia associate Dr Harry Hagopian. The inescapable conclusion – the revealing truth, if you will – is that things are not going well at all. In fact, things are quite messy – and perilously so too.

16 Nov 2013

Men in their early 40s have the longest commutes in the UK, spending more than 67 minutes on average in getting to and from work every day.

16 Nov 2013

News that the M23 rebel group will become a political movement is no ‘quick fix’ solution for DRC, says Christian Aid.