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In what it describes as "a drive to inspire generous giving and ensure a positive future", Christian Aid has invested in specially tailored fundraising training.
UK-based global development agency Christian Aid has launched a new movement to encourage young people to come together to tackle injustice.
This week the Anglican Bishop of Lincoln will be spending a cold winter’s night in a stable to raise money for those without a roof over their head.
Dr Rowan Williams, who retires as Archbishop of Canterbury in January 2013, is to become chair of the board of trustees of Christian Aid.
As the world observes International Anti-Corruption Day today (9 December), the UK government is being asked to do more to end financial secrecy.
A noted evangelical from the black churches has been appointed by Christian Aid as the head of its new London regional team.
Christian Aid has welcomed the British government's promise to provide new money for poorer countries to adapt to the effects of climate change.
Christian Aid has welcomed a House of Commons committee’s report on tax dodging by multinationals, which puts morality at the heart of the tax debate.
Christian Aid is urging the UK government to abandon its “shoddy” tax deal with Switzerland, after the German Parliament struck down a similar treaty.
International NGOs have welcomed the commencement of a ceasefire in Gaza and urged all parties to reach a lasting, comprehensive and just peace.