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As the COP26 summit closed on Saturday, developing nations and civil society were left with mixed feelings.
Published: 16 November 2021
After 75 years, we still believe all people are created in the image of God. We still believe in life before death. We still believe in real people bringing real change in the world.
Published: 1 February 2021
Supporters visit Ulster Bank headquarters in Belfast to ask them to 'Clean up their Cash', as part of our climate change campaign.
Our colleague and Banbridge local, Gemma Murray, visited Kenya recently, where a severe drought is causing widespread food shortages.
Christian Aid activists protest on Royal Avenue, urging HSBC bank to stop funding climate change.
As pupils strike around the country, we're asking leaders to heed their calls for urgent action to protect our planet. Read more.
Volunteer manager of Christian Aid charity shop gets Cullybackey designated as a 'safe village'.
Bob Kikuyu, Christian Aid’s Senior Advisor on Theology and Church Partnerships, was moved to reflect on climate change when he visited Northern Ireland earlier this year.
Christian Aid Week 2018 runs from May 13–19. At 11am on Sunday morning, Bishop Trevor Williams, Chair of Christian Aid Ireland, preached in St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, where he is a parishioner.
A decade on: we must urge our politicians to bring the UK Climate Act up-to-date for the sake of those living with the impacts of climate change.
COP24 climate summit sponsored by coal companies is ‘slap in the face' to delegates, says Christian Aid Ireland.