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The global fiscal crisis is exposing the dark underbelly of evasion, greed and corruption in the corporate sector.
Two major UK-based international development agencies have welcomed a British newspaper's campaign on corporate tax avoidance, which they point out is unjust and hits the world's poor badly.
Churches in Brazil have backed a provision in the newly-passed Bolivian constitution describing water as a "fundamental human right" that may not be controlled by private companies.
How would religion regulate financial markets? That was the question at last night's JustShare debate.
UK government Communities Secretary Hazel Blears will be the keynote speaker at a 'Life Beyond Debt' event run by the Evangelical Alliance on Thursday 5 February.
The World Alliance of Reformed Churches says that that the global economic crisis offers an opportunity to create a more just financial system, backing calls from other churches at the World Social Forum.
The global economic crisis offers an opportunity to create a more just financial system, a representative of the World Council of Churches has said during the World Social Forum in Brazil.
A brand new service from the religion and society thinktank Ekklesia details what's on the agenda in the next four weeks with regard to religion and public life.
At the opening of Poverty & Homelessness Action Week this weekend, leaders of Christian churches in Scotland are to call for intensive investment in affordable housing.
Catholic bishops in the US have urged Congress to make poor families and vulnerable workers central priorities as it adopts economic recovery legislation. The call was made in a letter to both houses