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A US interfaith TV cable channel has highlighted the recent "food stamp challenge" to challenge poverty and attitudes towards it in America.
Church Action on Poverty says it is "delighted" at the first success of their campaign to 'Close the Gap' between rich and poor through fairer taxes.
It is vital that debates about how the financial system might be reorganised include the voices of the global poor, says a leading UK churches' agency.
Sub-Saharan Africa has massive potential to generate clean energy that could help lift hundreds of millions of people out of poverty, a new report says.
A strong majority (60 per cent) of Americans believe that their society would be better off if the distribution of wealth were more equal.
Poverty and Homelessness Action Week 2012 aims to challenge barriers of misunderstanding, stigma and injustice resulting from inequality.
Professionals in the financial services sector believe that City bond traders, FTSE executives and stock brokers are paid too much, a new survey shows.
St Paul’s Institute yesterday released their long-awaited 'Value and Values' report, based on a survey of 515 financial professionals working in the City.
Sri Lanka is not credibly investigating torture, Amnesty International has said on the eve of a review by the UN Committee Against Torture.
Occupy London has welcomed Labour leader Ed Miliband’s recognition that they have something important to add to debates about the economic future.