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The average worker will lose around £6,000 by 2014 as a result of wages failing to keep pace with rising prices, according to new analysis.
The Green Party in England and Wales has criticised the government’s changes to disability benefits as insensitive to the real needs of disabled people.
All parties to the armed conflict in Mali must ensure civilians are protected, Amnesty International has urged as attacks by French forces continue.
A nourishment programme in Gaza is one of many outpatient services for the non-profit, public hospital operated by the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem.
Prominent British evangelical leader Steve Chalke has urged the Christian Churches to rethink inherited attitudes to same-sex relationships.
Aid agency World Vision is warning of severe humanitarian consequences if steps are not taken to guarantee the security of children in war-torn Mali.
A young fundraiser has celebrated turning 13 by visiting the African school he has supported by refusing birthday presents since he was six years old.
A letter from the General Secretary of the WCC to the Canadian Prime Minister calls on the government to “listen carefully” to the concerns of Canada’s Indigenous leaders.
Three years on from the Haiti earthquake the housing situation in the country is nothing short of catastrophic, say aid and human rights organisations.
Disabled people have today published 'Emergency Stop', a new report analysing the economic and social impact of the Personal Independence Payment regulations.