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A road at the centre of a ‘human safari’ scandal in the Andaman Islands is still open, exactly ten years after India’s Supreme Court ordered its closure.
The chairman of arms giant BAE Systems has refused to rule out selling arms to the Saudi government even if the country uses them to put down peaceful protests.
A conference taking place in London on 18 May will explore how primary schools can be transformed into peaceful communities.
The government have published a report on regimes that abuse human rights just as statistics reveal the same regimes have bought British weapons.
More than 60 Quakers from Britain have attended the 2012 world conference of Quakers in Kenya.The theme of the conference was “Being Salt and Light: Friends living the kingdom of God in a broken world”.
Three British supporters of Christian Aid have visited Sierra Leone to see how the country's Methodist Church is helping the country to recover from war.
A report on fracking for shale gas commissioned by the DECC, recommending that the drilling method be allowed to continue, has been criticised.
A global consultation on 'Ecumenical Advocacy for the Protection of the Human Rights of Migrant Workers in the Arabian Gulf Region' is taking place.