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A UN-appointed commission has warned that the situation in Eritrea can no longer be ignored and calls on the UNHCR to maintain scrutiny on human rights abuses in the country.
As the latest poverty figures are set to be released, Church Action on Poverty has issued a report restating the case for a social security safety net.
The Guardian and the New York Times have revealed the existence of documents showing the contribution made by UK intelligence agency GCHQ to US drone strikes in Yemen.
Is the JobCentre an appropriate setting for psychological assessment and treatment? Is therapy entered into under any form of coercion, real or perceived, likely to be legitimate or ethical? These are the questions we need to ask as the government puts therapists into JobCentres, and asks claimants to undergo online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
Amnesty Interntional has welcomed today's publication of the findings of the United Nations Independent Commission of Inquiry’s report into last year’s 50-day conflict in Gaza.
In a speech at the Legatum Institute in London today, UK Justice Secretary Michael Gove said the justice system fails the poorest and that he planned to “review” cuts to legal aid.
Today, 23 June, Quakers in Britain release a ground-breaking film in the build-up to Armed Forces Day (27 June).
Christian Aid has welcomed the findings of a report by UK medical journal The Lancet, giving a stark warning about the threat to health caused by climate change.
Christians and church leaders have been urged to do more to resist austerity as the group Christianity Uncut relaunches under a new name.
Amnesty International has responded to David Cameron's announcement that the UK government is to allow ‘modest expansion’ of its resettlement scheme for Syrian refugees.