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Understanding the root causes of global economic-related violence has been on the agenda of the International Ecumenical Peace Convocation.
Civil society groups are calling for an open and fair process to elect the new head of the International Monetary Fund following Strauss-Kahn's resignation.
A report from a government-funded body has warned of the dangers of the coalition's policy of encouraging ‘for-profit’ providers in the higher education sector.
A new report calls on policy-makers to investigate why food price rises have in recent years begun to mirror the level of investment in food futures.
The government has promised to improve the rights of teenage soldiers by allowing them to leave the armed forces up until the age of eighteen.
A Christian NGO has added its voice to the growing support for Michael Lyons, a member of the Royal Navy who is facing imprisonment for 'wilful disobedience'.
What should be the relationship between a democratic state and its armed forces? It is easier for politicians to play to popular sentiment about “our boys” than to address the moral and constitutional issues.
Ministers are expected to give the go-ahead on the next stage of replacing Britain's Trident nuclear weapons system in a statement to MPs tomorrow (18 May.)
As independence for South Sudan approaches on 9 July, churches are coordinating efforts to bring lasting peace to a region exhausted by civil war.
A pension fund has sold a large share holding in the pharmaceutical company Lundbeck over concerns about the use of their drugs in US executions.