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As students anxiously await 'A'-Level exam results this week, concerns continue about economic prospects in austerity-driven Britain.
A reminder that Church Urban Fund and Frontier Youth Trust are running a workshop to inspire and equip churches and faith-based groups in England to support young people struggling with unemployment.
The key role of young people in recent Arab transformations was a recurrent theme for a recent World Council of Churches Christian-Muslim consultation.
Scottish Greens have called for the transfer of new powers to come without strings attached and for the urgent opening up of the debate to what kind of independent Scotland the voters are being offered.
The Kirchentag, Germany's huge bi-annual ecumenical celebration, is making greater efforts to be environmentally friendly in 2012, say organisers.
Christian youth from church and faith-based organisations on six continents are bringing their passion for change to the UN climate conference in Durban.
A new report from leading UK children's charity Barnardo's says that the most disadvantaged unemployed 16 and 17 year olds are being ignored.
Children’s Society chief executive Bob Reitemeier has this week announced that he will be leaving the charity, after a decade at its helm.
Members of the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) meeting in Geneva are tackling a variety of issues from youth through to climate change and finance.
The Kirk's General Assembly has received guidelines produced for members on dealing with the effects of suicide among young men.
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Amnesty International has called on Northern Ireland's First Minister, Arlene Foster, to use her visit to China this week to raise concerns about...
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