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Christian Aid is continuing to provide relief to Burundians affected by political turmoil and violence triggered by the disputed presidential polls, which took place on 21 July.
Rowan Williams and the Bishop of Torit, Bishop Emeritus Paride Taban, have led a day of discussions on achieving sustainable peace and unity in South Sudan.
The Addis talks on how to pay for poor countries’ development asked all the right questions but failed to provide clear answers, says Christian Aid.
Christian Aid has welcomed a speech by Secretary of State of International Development, Justine Greening on 'going beyond aid' to tackle tax abuses, corruption and climate change.
Christian Aid has welcomed the findings of a report by UK medical journal The Lancet, giving a stark warning about the threat to health caused by climate change.
Christian Aid has praised Pope Francis' call for a radical rethinking of humanity’s relationship with the earth and urged people and politicians to heed his appeal for action.
G7 leaders have declared themselves "committed to achieving a fair and modern international tax system which is essential to fairness and prosperity for all."
Increased fighting in South Sudan’s Unity State has forced a Christian Aid partner in the area to stop temporarily giving aid to those in desperate need.
Christian Aid has applauded a new report which demands fresh solutions to tax dodging by multinational companies.
Christian Aid has expressed disappointment that a Tax Dodging Bill was not included in the Queen’s Speech - and its hope that the Budget will address corporate tax dodging.
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