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The Chair of Christian Aid, the Rt Rev Dr Rowan Williams, has spoken out against the recent fighting in South Sudan, where armed clashes in the capital, Juba, claimed nearly 300 lives and forced thousands of people to abandon their homes.
Dr Rowan Williams has criticised the technocratic, "inhuman" and "corrupting" language of much higher education policy in the UK.
Rowan Williams marked Bristol becoming the 2015 European Green Capital with a stark warning about the spiritual imperative of climate action.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams is concerned about the disregard for older people and the 'work until you drop' culture.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams will give the keynote speech at the Centenary Conference of the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FoR).
Rowan Williams has urged David Cameron to deliver on his promise to lead ‘The Greenest Government Ever’ and provide a prophetic vision to protect the planet.
Rowan Williams has Lived Below the Line for five days for Christian Aid Week, spending just £1 a day on food and drink in solidarity with the 1.2 billion people who suffer from hunger.
Christian Aid has published a new report showing the devastating effects of climate change, with communities poorer countries, being forced to change their way of life.
The controversial Lobbying Bill, pushed through by the government in the face of vigorous civic and public opposition, has become law.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams, bishops, crossbenchers and peers from all parties want the UK to help resettle Syrian refugees.
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