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The Methodist Church in Britain is encouraging people to take part in the Olympic and Paralympic celebrations as the 100 day countdown begins.
Faith leaders and community groups in London are promoting One Hundred Days of Peace, to develop a "peace legacy" for the London Olympic Games in 2012.
More Than Gold, an ecumenical charity originally launched during the 1996 Atlanta Games, is recruiting and training 1,000 volunteer 'Games Pastors'.
The global economic downturn and the pending London Olympics brings issues involving the exploitation of vulnerable workers into sharp focus in the UK.
The Archbishop of Westminster is asking Catholic schools to plan for '100 Days of Peace' during the forthcoming London Olympic Games.
One year before the London 2012 Olympic Games, War on Want has warned that the Games could be tarnished by sponsors' poor human rights records.
Merchandise produced for the London 2012 Games should be produced in factories free from exploitation, the TUC has declared.
There has been more than a fifty percent drop in the amount of National Lottery money granted to sports groups in Wales in the five years since the 2012 Olympics were awarded to London.
People living and working with the homeless in central London have said it is hard to have faith in the Government's initiatives for rough sleepers, whilst it continues to deny the scale of the problem.
The campaign for a Welsh team at future Olympic Games has been stepped up with the launch of a national petition on the Welsh Assembly's website.
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