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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.
The Attorney General has refused to say if the government has a ‘blanket’ or ‘case-by-case’ policy on targeted killings in countries with whom the UK is not at war.
A victims' campaigner is to call for government legislation to guarantee victims' rights to truth and justice at the launch of a new report on the legacy of the Troubles.
Christian Aid has renewed its call for the EU to respond with fairness and vision to the refugee crisis, expressing disappointment at the outcome of ministerial talks.
Kenneth Leech, theologian, activist and priest, died of cancer on 12 September 2015. Savi Hensman remembers the man and his prophetic and pastoral mission.