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Jubilee Scotland has once more condemned the UK government's Export Credit Guarantee Department (ECGD), following the release of its annual report.
Speaking in Britain, Desmond Tutu has said that God calls us to be his partners in changing a "crazy" world of extreme inequality.
Yesterday I did a 12-minute discussion pre-record for BBC Radio Scotland on the issue of church investments: should Christian churches not be putting their money where their mouth is in terms of ethics? That was the way the question was posed.
The Murdoch media ownership debate shows that the BBC licence deal should be examined again, says the National Union of Journalists.
Thousands of BBC journalists have begun a 24-hour strike against compulsory redundancies, leaving flagship programmes like Radio 4's 'Today' off-air.
The first global survey on business ethics has found that research on the area is growing rapidly worldwide, including in emerging economies.
A law making it an offence to call for a boycott against the state of Israel or its West Bank settlements will have a chilling effect on freedom of expression.
New figures reveal that one in four London children are living in overcrowded homes.
The Global Ethics Forum has produced a range of proposals to develop responsible business practices, following its recent gathering in Geneva.
Andreas Whittam Smith, First Church Estates Commissioner, has warned the C of E against a "premature" pull-out from the Murdoch media empire.