This Easter, as millions of children munch their way through chocolate eggs, it is important to remember that the industry that produces the cocoa survives on a massive child trafficking network, says charity World Vision.
Amnesty International has called on Northern Ireland to help the United States in their stated aim of closing Guantanámo Bay by accepting prisoners who have been cleared for release. This would be following the lead of the Republic of Ireland, where the Taoiseach has told CNN in the United States that Ireland would take, 'a proportionate amount, a small number' of freed prisoners.
Easter is fast approaching and the RSPB have come with a great idea for an alternative Easter gift.
When you purchase RSPB membership online between 6 April and 14 May 2009, your friend, family member or loved one will not only receive all the standard benefits of membership, but will also be entered into a free prize draw.
Gas and electricity prices went up by a whopping 42% in 2008, meaning that the average household had an extra £381 to pay. The good news is that Good Energy - a ‘green’ electricity supplier – has now dropped its prices. Click here to find out how
The recession has hit everyone where it hurts most – in the pocket. Threats to the banking system had people running to find somewhere secure to bank their savings and interest rate cuts have left many people's savings sitting idly in the bank earning next to nothing. But you can now get a 10% return with RedAid
An alliance of conservation groups that includes WWF-Malaysia is opposing plans by the Malaysian government to build a new tiger park. The creation of the park is problematic and would require the moving of tigers from their natural habitat. WWF-Malaysia argues that this will compromise the Malaysian governments commitment to double tiger numbers by 2020. Find out more about WWF's tiger adoption here.