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An impromptu choir made up of Christian Aid climate justice campaigners made sure Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Miliband got the message by singing a ‘Coal Kills’ message outside his offices last week.
A new tax haven created by the west African state of Ghana could attract tax dodgers and drug traders seeking to launder money unless safeguards are introduced, says a new report.
Christian Aid delivered an Alternative Tax Award to the offices of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) in Cannon Street, the City of London, yesterday.
Christian Aid is urging G20 finance ministers to prioritise reforms that would help developing countries counter the tax dodging activities of international companies.
A new opinion poll from Christian Aid reveals that 50 per cent of UK adults believe the police are too heavy-handed or deploy too many officers when dealing with peaceful protests.
This weekend, Christian Aid marked the 100 day countdown to December’s crucial UN climate change summit in Copenhagen by staging a Mass Visual Trespass at an East Shropshire power plant.
The UK government’s new tax deal with Liechtenstein amounts to a welcome admission that much-hyped tax information exchange agreements (TIEAs) do not work, Christian Aid says.
Christian Aid has announced the public response to key question it has been asking in its 'pOVERty' campaign - with an overwhelming 90% believing poverty really can be eradicated.
The UK parliament’s new report on the Bribery Bill is an important step forward towards long-overdue legislation against corporate bribery overseas, says Christian Aid.
A Christian Aid team of 50 cyclists is taking to the road and riding 140 miles from London to Copenhagen later this year to highlight the start of the UN climate change summit.