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On Saturday 12 September, right across Europe, many thousands gathered and marched to welcome refugees and urge their governments to offer more support.
A major match and rally in London, alongside protests in Glasgow and Belfast, will take place today to call for an end to austerity economics in Britain.
Christians from many denominations joined protest rallies in more than 50 cities around the world this weekend, calling on world leaders at the UN Climate Change Conference in Bali to effectively tackle the threat of global warming.
People across Great Britain are to join a 1,000-mile protest march over climate change. The "Cut the Carbon" march organised by Christian Aid is the longest protest march in UK history.
Christian Aid is asking thousands of people to put their best foot forward and join its 1,000-mile ‘Cut the Carbon’ campaign march.
Campaigners bound in chains have set off on a 250-mile march to commemorate the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade.
Christian Aid is looking for volunteers to join the longest ever protest march in UK history.
A march is to take place in two months time, involving the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, to express repentance for the Church of England's complicity in the slave trade.
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