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As many of us feared, Jeremy Corbyn’s election as leader has resulted in an onslaught of negative stories in the press, with even the liberal Guardian joining in.
Members of one of Brazil’s most persecuted tribes have been kidnapped by ranchers who occupy their land. The community have also been attacked, forcing women and children to flee.
Christian, Islamic and Jewish leaders gathered at St Paul’s Cathedral to urge David Cameron to ensure the UK plays its part in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
The family of a paraplegic death row prisoner in Pakistan have begged the authorities to cancel plans to execute him on 22 September.
Does the British establishment, in its entirety, really believe in democracy? Perhaps for some elements, the best reply to that would be – up to a point.
One year on from the 'life-changing' independence referendum, Ekklesia co-director Simon Barrow looks back on his own involvement in the campaign and its p[ositive significance for Scotland, the British and Irish isles, Europe and beyond.
The UN Secretary-General and human rights chief have condemned the coup d’état in Burkina Faso and called for the immediate release of the country’s transitional leaders.
Amnesty International has expressed alarm after one of its experts was barred from attending a major arms fair being staged in London this week.
A new report reveals that families play a key role supporting vulnerable people through the criminal justice system but are often let down by lack of effective support and information.
Churches and ecumenical organisations have marshalled resources to support and welcome those seeking safety in Europe from war and conflict.