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Christian Aid has welcomed the announcement of a UK event in 2013 on food and hunger, which currently afflicts some 870 million people globally.
World leaders meeting in London should move the planet towards greater environmental sustainability and economic fairness, says Christian Aid.
People and communities in Cuba, Jamaica, Haiti, the Bahamas and the United States have been badly hit by Hurricane Sandy since 24 October.
A multi-agency conference in Malawi has called for transparency of information and better coordination in the field of HIV and AIDS action.
A recent ecumenical workshop on defending migrant workers' rights in Asia focused on ratifying the UN Convention and ILO provisions.
Development agency Progressio is calling on PM David Cameron to listen to the voices of the world's poorest in upcoming poverty discussions.
A vote in the European parliament has failed to remove loopholes in new regulations to prevent banks driving up speculative food prices.
Talk of military intervention in Mali must face the reality of the most vulnerable groups, who risk getting caught in the crossfire, warns World Vision.
More than one in every hundred of the world’s citizens are now forcibly displaced, says a new report by the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
Urgent steps are needed if Afghanistan is to avoid a repeat of the deaths among children and adults in the country’s displacement camps last year.