faith based welfare

  • 3 Jun 2010

    Faith-based social service initiatives are controversial politically. But do they actually benefit and draw on the strengths of religious congregations? Martin E. Marty looks at evaluation of the evidence in the USA, and suggests not.

  • 15 Oct 2008

    Tough questions are being raised over the implications over the British government’s plans to further increase and promote the role of faith groups in the management of offenders, both in prisons and in the community.

  • 9 Nov 2007

    The independent charity regulator, the Charity Commission, yesterday launched a dedicated unit to watch over faith-based charities. The moves comes as questions are increasingly asked about the political activities of some religious groups

  • 31 Jan 2007

    Keith Porteous Wood, executive director of the National Secular Society (NSS), has claimed that Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor, the Catholic Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, is making false claims about the impact of the government's refusal to exempt the Church from anti-discrimination legislation.