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In the week of the first anniversary of the Ebola outbreak, Christian Aid has reaffirmed its commitment to help hard-hit communities in Sierra Leone.
Christian Aid is to make an initial £25,000 available to partner organisations providing emergency supplies to the Pacific island of Vanuatu in the aftermath of Cyclone Pam.
UN member states meet in Japan this week to negotiate a new global disaster risk reduction plan which aims to make vulnerable communities more resilient to extreme weather events.
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.
Christian Aid, The Children’s Society and Greenbelt are hosting Faith in Politics?, a day of talks, discussions and workshops to inspire voters in using their democratic voice.
Global and national institutions are being urged to ensure Sierra Leone’s religious bodies are given a key role in post-Ebola recovery plans.
G20 Finance Ministers meeting in Istanbul this weekend still have much to do if the claim ‘the era of bank secrecy is over’.
Thirty European relief agencies are calling on governments to “reaffirm and protect” people’s fundamental right to humanitarian aid.
An new African Union report shows how financial crime drains at least $50 billion a year from the continent.
An interactive action pack for schools is aimed at teaching pupils about challenges faced by women and girls living in extreme poverty worldwide.
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Early this morning (27 June 2016), members of Christian peace groups blocked the three entrances to AWE Burghfield using super glue and arm tubes...
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