October 15, 2013
- People across London, armed with torches and lights, gathered on the steps of St Paul's Cathedral last night to shine a light on corruption. The vigil marked the start of the global EXPOSED week of action, highlighting the effect of corruption on the word’s poorest (14-20 October).
- Culture Footprint interview with gospel singer and songwriter, Sandra Godley.
- European Evangelical Alliance leaders meet to discuss God's will for Europe
- Christian Aid launches new church resources to address tax justice
October 14, 2013
- List of forthcoming events for the CEO and Chairs of Trustees forums
October 11, 2013
- ‘My daughter used to go to church, but she doesn’t anymore. I think turning away from faith was a slow process for her…
- “One child, one teacher, one pen and one book can change the world.” It’s a simple enough assertion. Who’d have thought a teenager advocating for the right of girls to be educated would pose such a threat to men with guns?
- Today (11 October), the UN’s International Day of the Girl, is a great time to celebrate girls’ achievements, giftings and potential, but it’s also a challenge – a challenge to reflect on what it’s like to be born a woman in the very varied countries around the globe.
October 10, 2013
- The government's response to the latest review of gambling machine stakes and prizes recommends increases across many of the categories and no reduction to those machines considered most addictive.
- Lucy teaches....