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Leaders of four UK Churches have called on the Government to rethink the way it speaks about migrants.
Are you more afraid of being tortured, shot, beheaded or forced to murder your neighbours to save your own life? If threatened, how far would you run to escape?
“By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, and there we wept when we remembered Zion.” The song of the Israelites, exiled and captive, have spoken to the heart through millennia.
The Church of England has intervened in the Calais migrant crisis, backing the Bishop of Dover who rebuked the Prime Minister for his "unhelpful" rhetoric.
The great holiday get-away weekend has come and gone. Two million holidaymakers thronged the roads and airports.
The Mediterranean is the most dangerous sea route for refugees and migrants, says Amnesty International as it launches a new report at the start of Refugee Week.
Amnesty International has said David Cameron was “completely wrong” to say that “the vast majority of Mediterranean migrants are not asylum-seekers”.
Ekklesia associate and board member Vaughan Jones, who is minister of Harecourt United Reformed Church in London, appears on BBC Northern Ireland's 'Sunday Sequence' programme on 26 April 2015 (fro
Quakers in Britain have written an Open Letter to the Prime Minister, expressing their deepest concern for the plight of migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has urged the UK Government to take meaningful humanitarian action to help solve the migrant crisis.
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Church House Conference Centre hosted an event with a military think tank on Ash Wednesday.
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