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'We are fighting together to save the planet'

Sunday, 9 August is International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. Our partner Davi Kopenawa Yanomami has dedicated his life to working to ensure that the rights, culture and land of Yanomami and Ye’kuana indigenous people are respected. 510 more words


International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples

9 August is International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. Find out more about some of our partners and projects working to ensure indigenous peoples’ rights, culture and land are respected. 362 more words


The delayed spending cap – next steps

The decision to delay, and possibly abandon, implementation of the lifetime cap on spending on care, is a retreat from a commitment that the Government made in its manifesto for the last Election. 744 more words

Age UK

Huge thanks to the thousands who took part in the Run for Women 2015

Yet again we have been totally inspired by the thousands of pupils, parents, staff and governors who took part in the fifth annual sponsored Run for Women was from across schools across Devon and Cornwall, with the event to help raise awareness and funds for CAFODs vital work with women and girls and their communities around the world. 810 more words


My reflections of Rebuilding Justice, London

Caroline Grogan works in CAFOD’s Campaigns team. She recently met Fr Edu, a Goldman Environmental Prize winning activist who works for NASSA (Caritas Philippines).

I had never heard a priest and social and environmental activist speak before, so I was privileged to hear CAFOD partner Fr Edu at the Rebuilding Justice Event in London on Saturday. 417 more words

Climate Change

Meeting our Age Champion MPs

Today’s blog is about Age UK’s recent parliamentary reception to celebrate the commitment of our Age Champion MPs. Pictured is Age UK campaigner Joan, receiving flowers from the Speaker of the House of Commons in thanks for her speech. 374 more words


The significance of St Francis in the light of Laudato Si’

Megan Cornwell is CAFOD’s UK News Officer. She visited Assisi in May for her wedding anniversary and tells us what she learned about St. Francis, whose writings inspired the title of the encyclical Laudato Si’. 667 more words