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Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has urged campaigners to keep up the pressure on world leaders to tackle global hunger.
A vote by MPs against setting a decarbonisation target in the Energy Bill is "deeply disappointing and a missed opportunity", says Christian Aid.
BBC Radio Scotland are looking for someone, preferably within reach of their Edinburgh or Glasgow studios, who would be able to share a diverse experience of international volunteering.
Progressio has commended the High Level Panel report on post 2015 development for the inclusion of specific goals targeting women and girls.
‘When I give food to the poor, they call me a saint. When I ask why the poor have no food, they call me a Communist.’
This was said in the 20th century by Helder Camara, a Catholic Archbishop in Brazil living under a brutal right-wing dictatorship.
We are pleased to announce that as of yesterday, 22 May 2013, Ekklesia's daily e-mail briefing service (covering news, events and comment) has resumed.
World hunger could soon be ended if revenues lost to developing countries through tax dodging were available for investment in agricultural development, says Christian Aid.
The Brazilian authorities have evicted Indians from the Belo Monte dam site, where they were protesting for their land rights.
The Brazilian authorities have begun an operation to remove eleven illegal ranches from the Yanomami territory in Brazil, and return the land to the Indians
New figures published by the TUC suggest that low wages in the Bangladesh textile industry have nothing to do with cash-strapped consumers demanding cheap clothes.