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In a report on 17 January 2013 (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-20945253) on Israel’s “Judaisation” policies in the Negev, BBC reporter Tim Whewell wrote that “Jewish and Arab citizens of Israel are guaranteed full equality by law.”
The 'war on welfare' (WOW) petition initiative launched earlier this month needs 100,000 people to sign up to help trigger a Westminster debate on the issue.
Less than 48 hours after it was launched, more than 5,000 people have signed an e-petition calling for an independent assessment of welfare changes.
A petition by disabled people calling for an independent inquiry into the impact of the government's welfare changes has produced a huge surge of support.
Yesterday evening, an ever expanding group of sick and disabled people, carers and families launched an e-petition demanding an independent, cumulative review of the impact of changes to the welfare and benefits system.
Journalist and human rights defender Anna Politkovskaya, known for her critical reports from Chechnya, was gunned down in back in 2006.
The World Council of Churches wants young communication professionals to work for its upcoming 2013 Assembly in the Republic of Korea.
The London book launch of a new multi-author volume, 'Religion and the News' takes place with a Faith and Public Life seminar at Westminster Abbey this lunchtime (Thursday 6 December 2012).
Nearly 100,000 people have signed a petition calling for the full implementation of the Leveson inquiry findings, just three days after they were unveiled.
The Leveson inquiry reveals the need to shine an independent light on the workings of the newspaper industry, say respondents to the new report on press standards.