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Humanitarian appeals are being made to help people in the east and Horn of Africa after two failed rainy seasons have left millions on the brink of starvation.
British MPs’ demands to withhold money from the World Bank unless it stops financing new, dirty coal power stations has been welcomed by Christian Aid.
Leading campaign groups have launched a flurry of actions urging Conservative MEPs to rethink their plans to oppose deeper cuts in Europe’s carbon emissions.
British aid to India should tackle the discrimination which excludes many millions from mainstream Indian society, Christian Aid says.
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.
Yesterday 131 MPs met with their constituents over tea to urge more justice and action for people living in poverty throughout the global south.
Christian Aid Week focuses on vital fundraising for the global work of the UK-based churches' international development agency, and its many indigenous partners across several continents.
But there are also significant opportunities for raising awareness of key concerns - such as food, commodities, population and poverty.
This year's Christian Aid Week report highlights the scandal of food-related poverty, and presents examples of how to work effectively for its eradication.
A new report calls on policy-makers to investigate why food price rises have in recent years begun to mirror the level of investment in food futures.
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