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A majority of people say they are not clear what Britain is trying to achieve in Afghanistan and only one in four think the current approach is working well.
The president of the British Methodist conference and other church figures are among thousands taking part in a 'life on £1-a-day' challenge in May.
Christian Aid plans to challenge the British public to live on just £1 a day for 5 days to raise £500,000 to help some of the world’s poorest people.
Opposition to the government’s commitment to overseas aid fails to reflect the continued resolve of many in the UK to fight global poverty, says Christian Aid.
Climate change activists have formed a ‘chain gang’ outside the HQ of the World Bank Group to demand an end to fossil fuel investments.
The government’s ‘publish-what-you-pay’ standard for mining and ‘extractive’ companies across the world is a welcome but partial move, says Christian Aid.
Christian Aid has welcomed the UK Government’s continued commitment to fight poverty in India, describing criticism of it as ‘misguided.’
Christian Aid has teamed up with a solar lighting specialist to launch an innovative microfinance project bringing solar lighting to people in India.
President Nicolas Sarkozy faces a global campaign demanding that the G20 commits to ending tax haven secrecy when it meets later in 2011.
Major aid agencies are challenging the coalition government over its failure to implement the landmark Bribery Act for the second time.