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This week the Anglican Bishop of Lincoln will be spending a cold winter’s night in a stable to raise money for those without a roof over their head.
The WCC has welcomed the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees dialogue on faith communities and protection of displaced peoples.
Faith and civic aid and development agencies in the USA have welcomed the UN Secretary-General’s “Initiative for the Elimination of Cholera in Haiti”.
Dr Rowan Williams, who retires as Archbishop of Canterbury in January 2013, is to become chair of the board of trustees of Christian Aid.
As the world observes International Anti-Corruption Day today (9 December), the UK government is being asked to do more to end financial secrecy.
A rally of defiance has taken place at the foothills of India’s Niyamgiri Hills by thousands of tribal people opposing to Vedanta’s controversial mine.
Negotiations in Doha have achieved little to achieve a binding treaty to reverse the current trends in climate change, a churches' delegation says.
A major typhoon hit Mindanao Island in the Philippines last night, and emergency teams went into action, reports Catholic aid agency CAFOD.
A significant acceleration in the AIDS response is producing positive results for people, the World AIDS Day report shows. But the challenge remains huge.
Religious leaders have warned of mass suffering in Sudan’s so-called ‘Two Areas’, as bombardment intensifies and civilians become targets.