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Amnesty International has welcomed the release of Mazen Darwish, a Syrian human rights activist who had been jailed on 'trumped-up' terrorism-related charges.
Survival International has launched a unique project to bring the latest communications technology to some of the world’s most remote tribal communities.
In 1984 I left home and went to live in a L'Arche community in South London.
Liberty has urged Birmingham City Council to abandon plans which it says pose a significant threat to protest rights and civil liberties.
On the weekend of Nelson Mandela's birthday, prominent South Africans have united to urge the UK Government to reconsider plans to repeal the Human Rights Act.
Ekkesia co-director Simon Barrow is one of a range of signatories to a letter in the Independent newspaper (others include leading academics, educationists and human rights advocates) expressing co
Major third-sector organisations across Scotland have highlighted the serious regressive measures contained in the UK Budget.
Inevitably budgets produce criticism, and just as inevitably the cry "what would you do?" or "what's the alternative?" Our good friend and stalwart Tax Research policy analyst and change-agent Rich
Chancellor George Osborne has promised "bold" policies that will "secure Britain's future" for his 2015 Budget, which will be unveiled when he addresses the House of Commons from 12.30pm today (Wed
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As Parliament prepares to debate next steps in Syria, Quakers in Britain have issued a statement.
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