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Following up the initiative to enlist the 26 Church of England bishops in the House of Lords to back a democratic second chamber, Power 2010 is pushing the party leaders to commit to change.
Representatives of six major church bodies have been challenged to reconsider their position in relation to an equalities forum they walked away from earlier this month.
Public bodies could bring about significant improvements in UK farming by ensuring that they buy their food from sustainable and ethical sources, according to Friends of the Earth.
Campaigners have welcomed the news that the Labour Party will make a manifesto commitment to anti-poverty legislation and are calling on other parties to follow their lead.
A sixth senior drugs adviser has resigned from the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs over the government's persistent refusal to listen to experts properly when formulating policy.
Palm Sunday worshippers were startled to face strong protests against the Pope and calls for his resignation as "an accomplice in sex crimes" outside London's Westminster Cathedral.
As churches commemorate Palm Sunday, marking Jesus' entry into Jerusalem, many are continuing to remember Archbishop Oscar Romero's stand for the poor - which cost his life.
Christian Aid is seeking nominations for its Tax Superhero of the Year award. The idea is to recognise the tremendous potential of good tax practice to change the world.
A Christian microfinance initiative has reported 13 per cent growth in 2009, despite the global economic downturn, with its total loans passing the €1 billion mark.
A judge has refused to allow a legal challenge over a recent decision by the Serious Fraud Office to abandon several corruption investigations into the multinational arms company BAE Systems.
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