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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.
The Church of England's Ethical Investment Advisory Group (EIAG) is considering selling its £3.8 million investment in News Corp.
The British government should not reward police brutality by rolling out a red carpet for Malaysia’s prime minister, says Amnesty International.
Church leaders in South Sudan expressed their readiness to help secure peace, stability, growth and development in their new nation.