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Negotiations between 193 countries have produced an agreement which will open a new era in the fight against poverty, inequality and environmental destruction, says Christian Aid.
Christian Aid Chair Rowan Williams has praised Parliamentarians of all parties for passing a Bill which commits the UK to spend 0.7 per cent of its national income on aid.
A church relief agency is calling on the UK government to ensure that people with disabilities are at the heart of their international development programmes.
The Scottish Government has announced at least £1.2 million to kick start vital projects next year that will help communities in Malawi out of poverty.
Christian Aid has welcomed a speech by Shadow International Development Secretary Ivan Lewis which called for the underlying causes of poverty to be tackled.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has challenged the ‘myths’ around international development, praising the overseas aid budget for its value for money.
MPs have today called on the Government to honour a financial commitment to support road safety in developing countries.
David Cameron’s defence of Britain’s continued support for developing countries is welcome, but the focus needs to be on the poor, not self-interest.
By the time you read this I imagine I will be in amongst the throng of more than 1,200 people travelling to Westminster to lobby their local MPs on making life better for the poorest in the world.
As Trade Minister Stephen Green embarks on a tour to promote UK exports, Jubilee Debt Campaign warns that Britain’s export support body is not up to the job.
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