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Occupy Faith, supported by Occupy London, faith groups and the Archbishop of Wales, is undertaking a Pilgrimage for Justice, starting today.
War on Want has launched a campaign over the exploitation of workers making goods for Adidas, the official London 2012 sportswear sponsor.
Churches from countries most affected by unregulated trade in arms have gathered in Cape Town to make final advocacy plans for next month's global arms trade treaty.
London has seen its biggest anti-monarchy demonstration in living memory in response to the celebrations of Elizabeth II's diamond jubilee.
I'm about to leave for the rebpublican protest against the monarchy and the royal jubilee. For me, this is not only a demonstration for democracy, important though that it. It is also an anti-cuts demonstration.
Rural Hertfordshire is not known as a hotbed of radicalism. I was surprised - but pleased - to be asked to give a talk about pacifism in the village of Ayot St Lawrence this week.
Protests have broken out in Egypt over the acquittal of leading officials in the regime of ousted dictator Hosni Mubarak. Amnesty have criticised the verdict.
Demonstrators outside Hamleys have protested against toys produced for UK firm JCB, whose equipment is used in Israeli action against Palestinian communities.
Christians will join republican protests to call for a 'real jubilee' that celebrates justice, peace and the equality of all people as created in the image of God.
The court case examining pre-emptive arrests and violent raids on squats ahead of last year's royal wedding will conclude at the High Court today.