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Christian Aid Ireland’s Head of Policy and Advocacy Conor O’Neill highlights the impact of Ireland’s tax policy on developing countries and our work to challenge it.
Published: 9 September 2022
In December 2018, the 72 year-old Anglican rector of Portlaoise marked Advent by completing a 4-day fast to raise funds to tackle hunger among some of the world’s poorest people.
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Jebbeh is heavily pregnant and prays she'll give birth safely.
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An extraordinary woman providing a lifeline to families in Sierra Leone.
We welcome EU proposals to introduce changes to how digital companies are taxed via a significant digital presence, and call on the EU to broaden their reform agenda.
Opinion piece from Eva Joly and Christian Aid Ireland's Head of Advocacy and Policy, Sorley McCaughey.
Will you join Leah and Glenlola schoolgirls Megan, Amy and Grace in their abseil challenge?
Christian Aid calls for commitment to sustained peace, amid reports of the killings of 226 social leaders and human rights defenders in 2018.
Calls on government to go the whole way in closing down other avoidance structures.
Three female MPs from Sierra Leone arrived in Dublin in September to describe the barriers to women's participation in politics and how Christian Aid-funded work on gender justice helped them to get elected.