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Christian Aid wants the UK international development secretary to use his World Bank board role to seek an end to investment in carbon-intensive energy projects.
Christian Aid is urging the International Development Secretary to press the World Bank to end investment in carbon-intensive energy projects
The 'Poverty Over' tour of Britain's cathedrals launches on 17 January with a spectacular new work of art and an exhibition on Christian Aid's work in poor countries
Christian Aid is launching a charity trekking challenge along Offa's Dyke to raise money for its work with some of the world's poorest communitites
The negotiators’ burst of energy and resolve during the final straight of the Cancun climate talks has produced a cocktail of welcome and worrying results, says Christian Aid.
Church and civil society organisations are pressing world governments to commit to their fair share of the £840 million Global HIV Fund for 2011-13.
The Cancun climate talks are in danger of being a triumph of style over substance, UK-based international development agency Christian Aid has warned.
Christian Aid are focusing their Christmas appeal on the 42 million people who are displaced, driven from their homes by disaster, war, persecution or hunger.
Christian Aid has welcomed new research showing that companies which make their carbon footprint public cut costs and attract investment.
Christian Aid Scotland has welcomed the Scottish Government’s pledge to maintain the International Development Fund of £9 million into 2011/12.