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An inquiry into the challenges and opportunities of black families is set to shed new light on assumptions about race relations in Britain.
Scottish figures released this week show Housing Associations still lagging behind Local Authorities in their responsibility to house homeless people.
The Law Society has claimed a victory for families after the High Court quashed the outcome of the tender round for new family legal aid contracts.
Scottish Churches Housing Action's response to the Scottish Government's housing consultation has cast doubt on its 2012 homelessness target.
The Liberal Democrat conference has overwhelmingly backed a resolution calling for marriage equality, irrespective of sexual or gender orientation.
Amnesty has urged countries to accelerate efforts to combat maternal mortality, after new UN figures confirmed the missing of a key global target.
To get clean water supplies to a village in Tanzania, direct action is sometimes needed, says Moses Kulaba from Norwegian Church Aid.
The Anglican Archbishop of York has said that the government is not responding effectively to new pan-European attempts to tackle sex trafficking.
Disabled people are hidden in daily life despite the public believing that they should be given a level-playing field of opportunity, a new poll shows.