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From five-a-side football tournaments to Harvest lunches, find out how St. Paul's Church in Winchmore Hill raised over a thousand pounds for Christian Aid's Refugee Crisis Appeal.
Sorley McCaughey, Christian Aid Ireland's Head of Policy and Advocacy blogs.
Christian Aid condemns the recent human rights violations in Nicaragua and welcomes the preliminary findings of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR).
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.
Christian Aid is appalled by the humanitarian crisis that is unfolding across Central America.
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.
Limerick conference considers Ireland’s inconsistent approach to policy-making ahead of a Dáil debate on a Ghana tax deal that will deprive the African country of cash it needs for health.
Today (Wednesday 3 October) the Oireachtas will debate a new tax treaty between Ghana and Ireland which Christian Aid believes is disadvantageous to Ghana in its current form.
In Angola, less than a quarter of girls of secondary-school age are still in the classroom. Read how Irish Aid and Presbyterian Church Ireland funded projects are helping young teenage girls stay in school.
To celebrate Refugee Week’s 20th anniversary (18-24 June 2018), we’re inviting you to do one of the 20 Simple Acts