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At the close of a turbulent year, Paul Parker, Recording Clerk for Quakers in Britain, has spoken publically following recent attacks in Berlin, Egypt and elsewhere.
Ekklesia author Savi Hensman will shed more light on how the church grapples with issues of sexuality and social change when she speaks at the Greenbelt Festival today.
The #stillhungry report published today by the West Cheshire Foodbank, demonstrates the persistence of hunger in 21st century Britain, where one in three people receiving emergency food is a child.
Whatever our opinions on the European Union, whether we want to Leave or Remain, we should not be fooled into thinking that social justice depends on voting either way.
The life-blood of Parliamentary democracy is difference. Where a single view of society goes uncontested, tyranny can be the only outcome.
Tax, rightly levied and honourably accepted, is an instrument of justice.
From the very beginning of his involvement in social security policy, Iain Duncan Smith got it wrong.
Kenneth Leech, theologian, activist and priest, died of cancer on 12 September 2015. Savi Hensman remembers the man and his prophetic and pastoral mission.
Pax Christi members and supporters from around the country will gather in London on 6 June to celebrate 70 years of the movement which was founded in France in 1945.
Just Festivals have joined forces with Swiss Church, St Giles In The Fields, St George’s Bloomsbury and Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church to host Just Festival On The Edge from 20 to 25 May 2015.
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