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Christian Aid partner organisations in Sierra Leone are scaling up their community health work in response a cholera epidemic with more than 11,500 cases
Following one of the worst police shootings in South Africa since apartheid, Lonmin executives will meet with striking miners in Marikana
New research has revealed that 56 per cent of British adults believe that tax avoidance by multinational companies is morally wrong
Christian Aid has welcomed plans to crack down on tax advisers selling aggressive tax avoidance schemes but says it will make little difference to the trillions hidden offshore.
Monsoon rains in Bangladesh have caused flash floods and landslides. There are an estimated 121 fatalities and one million people are marooned.
Several global faith-based organizations have expressed disappointment with the UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20).
Faith communities are often seen as an obstacle to the treatment and prevention of HIV and Aids, but a new report says they are crucial partners in responding to the disease.
Christian Aid has urged tax-dodging corporations to echo comedian Jimmy Carr’s apology for tax avoidance and his pledge to pay full tax in future.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has challenged the ‘myths’ around international development, praising the overseas aid budget for its value for money.
Christian Aid and Quakers in Britain are uniting to urge the UK government to impose a ban on the import of Israeli settlement products.