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As part of its work for the protection of climate refugees, the World Council of Churches is joining the 'Postcards from the Frontlines' campaign.
Governments have made major breakthroughs in talks about replacing the Millennium Development Goals in 2016 – although challenges remain, says Christian Aid.
Survival is launching a boycott of Botswana tourism on World Tourism Day (27 September) over the country's attempts to force the Bushmen off their ancestral land.
In a speech to representatives of the Commonwealth this week, the director of Survival International will criticise the Commonwealth's record on the rights of tribal people.
The TUC has welcomed clothing retailer River Island's decision to sign up to the Bangladesh accord to improve workplace safety in the country.
Brazilian Guarani Indians have carried out a courageous ‘retomada’ (re-occupation) of the sugar cane plantation that has taken over their ancestral land.
Forest inhabited by uncontacted Indians in Paraguay is being destroyed to make way for cattle destined for the European market.
Decisions on ending poverty and protecting the environment must be informed by the voices of poor people, says Dr Rowan Williams.
Botswana’s High Court has thrown out an attempt by Kalahari Bushmen to gain free access to their ancestral land.
The G20 is not facing up to the causes of the global debt crisis and its impact on the poorest, says a leading NGO working on debt issues.