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Christian Aid is stepping up its project to gauge what FTSE100 companies think about how multinationals’ tax practices affect developing countries.
Development, relief and church groups in India are preparing to respond after cyclone Laila hit the coast of southern India’s Andhra Pradesh state today.
The UK's Department for International Development (DfID) has formally withdrawn as a partner of the Greenbelt festival following budget cuts by the new government.
Israel joining the OECD at a time when civil society in the country is increasingly under threat is a matter of real concern, say development and human rights NGOs.
Manchester United tops a new 'Football Secrecy League' published this week by international development agency Christian Aid to highlight the harmful secrecy of tax havens.
Niger is on the brink of a severe food emergency that could leave more than half the 14 million population starving and around one million children critically malnourished.
Christian Aid is seeking nominations for its Tax Superhero of the Year award. The idea is to recognise the tremendous potential of good tax practice to change the world.
UK-based international development agency Christian Aid has helped launch a global alliance providing emergency relief and development aid in 125 countries.
Following recent brutal attacks on women in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Christian Aid is calling for more to be done over the voluntary demobilisation of armed groups there.
An eyewitness humanitarian worker has refuted allegations that aid agency funds were misused in Tigray during the 1984-5 Ethiopian famine.
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