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Ekklesia was one of the first members of MakePovertyHistory, and has commented widely on the values and thinking behind the idea of ‚ÄòJubilee‚Äô and debt remission. It has also taken part in debates
Theologians from around the world have convened at the Ecumenical Institute, Bossey, Switzerland, to reflect on water justice.
On 26 December 2004, some 250,000 people were killed when an earthquake in the Indian Ocean triggered a tsunami wave that wiped out whole communities across south Asia.
In a country where 80 per cent of people are Catholic, local churches have played a crucial role in helping people prepare for Typhoon Hagupit.
Christian Aid has hailed a major advance in work on the new global goals which will replace the Millennium Development Goals when they expire at the end of 2015.
After research exposing secret deals allowing extensive multinational tax dodging, a new report says EU governments are failing to tackle tax abuse.
Catholics in England and Wales have donated more than half a million pounds to CAFOD’s Ebola crisis appeal.
As the world marks a year since Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines, the focus is on how to move forward action against climate change.
As tackling climate change increasingly becomes not just an economic and political issue, but also a moral one, a new paper from Christian Aid draws inspiration from the biblical prophets.
Oxfam has announced the launch of 'Even It Up', a major new international campaign and report tackling global inequality and its causes.