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Christian Aid has urged tax-dodging corporations to echo comedian Jimmy Carr’s apology for tax avoidance and his pledge to pay full tax in future.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has challenged the ‘myths’ around international development, praising the overseas aid budget for its value for money.
Christian Aid and Quakers in Britain are uniting to urge the UK government to impose a ban on the import of Israeli settlement products.
Secretary of State Caroline Spelman has said churches have a vital role to play at next month’s Rio+20 summit
Catholic bishops have called on the EU to tackle corporate tax dodging. They say it deprives the world’s poorest countries of more than £100bn every year.
Twenty leading international and Afghan NGOs have called on NATO and the Afghan government to ensure Afghan forces uphold law and order.
Christian Aid has criticised the omission from the Queen’s Speech of any mention of legislation committing the UK to spending 0.7 per cent of gross national income on overseas aid.
Next week thousands of people across the UK will be taking part in the Live Below the Line campaign, spending just £1 a day for five days on all their food and drink.
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.
Britain’s longest running door-to-door fundraising week, organised by Christian Aid, will this year receive a substantial boost in income from the Government’s UK Aid Match scheme.