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A century ago, campaigners changed our lives forever, when the women’s suffrage movement demanded votes for women.
Securing long-term peace in South Sudan requires much more than deals between political leaders, according to a new study
Securing long-term peace in South Sudan requires much more than deals between political leaders, according to a new study.
Ireland knows only too well that peace is fragile and precarious. The signing of a peace deal, whether in Colombia or Northern Ireland, signals the beginning rather than the end of the hard work on building lasting peace.
On World Toilet Day, find out how inviting people to eat poo can help save the lives of children in Angola.
What does the Nation State Law mean for Palestinians in Israel and the Occupied Territory?
Ireland’s total annual climate finance contributions need to increase to nearly €475 million a year from €80 million contributed in 2018.
Two projects, double the impact to reduce gender-based violence in Angola's capital Luanda.
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.
Shanti, a former bonded labourer in Nepal, describes her harrowing ordeal and how Christian Aid is helping her to get back on her feet.