The world must do more for South Sudan says Christian Aid, as famine is declared
21 February 2017 - The international community must do more to resolve the crisis in South Sudan, Christian Aid has warned following the declaration of famine in parts of the country.
Closer to peace: Colombia's second largest guerilla group start public phase of peace negotiations
9 February 2017 - On Tuesday, the Colombian government and the second largest guerrilla group in Colombia, the National Liberation Army (Ejército de Liberación Nacional – ELN) initiated the public phase of the Peace Talks, in Quito, Ecuador.
After Trump’s refugee ban, scrapping of UK scheme to help vulnerable refugee children sends deeply worrying signal
8 February 2017 - Christian Aid has condemned the UK government’s decision to close the scheme set up to bring unaccompanied asylum seeking children to Britain.
Prime Minister urged to get tough with Overseas Territories' leaders
7 February 2017 - Christian Aid is urging Prime Minister Theresa May to use the ‘full weight’ of her government’s influence to persuade the UK’s Overseas Territories to end the secrecy around the ownership of companies hosted on their shores.
£1.3bn UK fund for economic reform overseas is ‘not fit for purpose’, says Christian Aid
7 February 2017 - The UK’s £1.3bn fund for promoting economic reform overseas is ‘poorly-managed and ‘not fit for purpose’, says Christian Aid, following the findings of an independent review published today.
Christian Aid Welcomes Prime Ministers May's Stance against Israeli Settlement Activity
3 February 2017 - Christian Aid welcomes Theresa May’s willingness to discuss spiraling settlement activity with Benjamin Netanyahu, and highlight its role in undermining the faltering Israeli-Palestinian peace process. Mr. Netanyahu will meet the Prime Minister in Downing Street on Monday for talks that will include trade and the peace process.