Blogs

26 Jan 2015

The election of anti-austerity coalition Syriza in the parliamentary elections in Greece opens up a new path for tackling debt, say reformers.

26 Jan 2015

Syriza is right to be demanding cancellation of the debt which comes from bailing out European banks, says the Jubilee Debt Campaign.

26 Jan 2015

Taxpayers Against Poverty says that the income of the unemployed has been shredded, taxed and hit by ever rising rents.

26 Jan 2015

The US-based Interfaith Alliance has announced Rabbi Jack Moline as the new executive director of of the civil rights NGO, effective immediately.

25 Jan 2015

Tens of thousands of people flooded onto the streets in Greece this evening, as early results and exit polls indicated a significant Syriza victory.

25 Jan 2015

The Church of England will shortly be ordaining a woman as bishop for the first time. This has been widely welcomed. But many were baffled to learn of the novel way in which a male bishop will be ordained not long afterwards. Savi Hensman explores the differences, and the underlying issues of church polity in a changing cultural context.

25 Jan 2015

Representatives of the World Evangelical Alliance and the World Council of Churches have met to explore possible areas of future cooperation.