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Feeding Britain and flourishing communities

Tim Thornton, the Bishop of Truro, co-chaired the Inquiry Into Food Poverty and Hunger which produced last week’s Feeding Britain  report. In this guest blog, Bishop Tim shares his own reflections on the factors driving food poverty – and the best response. 606 more words

Partners And Allies

Benefits Street and lifestyle choices

Our new Poverty Media Unit has exciting plans to challenge the stigmatisation and exclusion attached to poverty. The Unit Coordinator, Jackie Cox, explains. 543 more words

Partners And Allies

Food, fuel, finance: how communities can tackle the Poverty Premium

This Monday (8 December), we launched our new report Food, Fuel, Finance at an event in Glasgow. The report gives an overview of how the ‘Poverty Premium’ affects people’s lives, and recommends action which could be taken to tackle this injustice, by the governments in Westminster and Edinburgh. 456 more words

Partners And Allies

Have you tested yourself?

World AIDS Day 2014 commemorated on the 1st of December is a day to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS globally.

While the universal theme this year was to #closethegap – by ending the AIDS epidemic, in Sri Lanka the focus was on something a little different; “Close the HIV Testing Gap” was the national World AIDS Day 2014 theme to encourage more people to test themselves. 199 more words

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Close the gap

Few days ago, a colleague from UNAIDS Philippines sent me an advisory on their Close the Gap campaign launched in time for 2014 World AIDS Day… 228 more words

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Sourced: students campaigning for Fair Taxes

Together with several networks of Christian students, we’re supporting Christian Aid as they launch an exciting new campaign for tax justice in universities and colleges: Sourced. 500 more words

Partners And Allies

Two sides of the same coin - watch the videos

Our joint conference with Christian Aid on 8 November, Two sides of the same coin, was a great opportunity to share ideas and stories and find the common ground which will help us to tackle poverty and inequality across the world – both in the UK and the global South 70 more words