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Scotland’s poorest households are paying £1,300 a year more than their wealthier neighbours for everyday goods and services.
Humanity is facing a dilemma. Climate change is making it difficult for the poorest people to feed themselves and the scientific evidence is suggesting that it will only get worse in the coming decades.
Christian Aid partner in Gaza, the Agricultural Development Association, estimates that the recent conflict has cost the agricultural and fisheries sectors more than US$100 million.
More than 20 civic and religious charities have signed a statement accusing the UK of violating the basic right to food.
The Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) has been named as one of the 100 most influential global actors in armed violence reduction.
The IF campaign says developing countries lose some US$160 billion of tax revenues a year from multinationals shifting profits offshore before they can taxed.
Some 45,000 people joined the Big IF anti-hunger rally from 2pm-5pm in London's Hyde Park today (8 June). Its aim is to press for global action.
Alongside the headline speakers at today's Big IF rally against hunger, former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams also took part.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has urged campaigners to keep up the pressure on world leaders to tackle global hunger.
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