Justice

  • 7 Jun 2011

    Civil rights and legal groups are pressing the government hard on plans to cut legal aid and deny justice to thousands of poor and vulnerable people.

  • 3 Sep 2010

    With cuts in civil legal aid due to hit asylum seekers and other vulnerable groups, the Methodist Church has urged the government to rethink.

  • 5 Mar 2010

    The Howard League for Penal Reform has launched a campaign seeking to halt the relentless rise in the UK prison population and address the underlying causes of crime.

  • 28 Jan 2010

    The Government has suffered another legal humiliation over its implementation of anti-terror legislation. The UK Supreme Court has ruled that special Treasury orders freezing the assets of individuals it believes may be connected to terrorism have been applied unlawfully.

  • 6 Sep 2009

    Conventional wisdom often sees vengeance and injustice as the rule of the powerful, says Simon Barrow. But the prophetic imagination invites us to see and act differently.

  • 21 Apr 2009

    A six session course looking at compassion, justice and how your church can effect change locally and globally

    - Is your Church looking to connect more effectively to its local community?

  • 11 Feb 2009

    Christian thought has contributed a great deal to ancient and modern conceptions of justice, says Puck de Raadt, reviewing a recent book by Nicholas Sagovsky. But justice is at heart a matter of community and action.

  • 3 Oct 2008

    Acting out a biblical duty or killing with kindness?

    Homelessness has always been a central concern for Christians – but do our efforts just make the problem worse?

  • 3 Oct 2008

    Acting out a biblical duty or killing with kindness?

    Homelessness has always been a central concern for Christians – but do our efforts just make the problem worse?

  • 3 Oct 2008

    Acting out a biblical duty or killing with kindness?

    Homelessness has always been a central concern for Christians – but do our efforts just make the problem worse?