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On 30 November 2013 government e-petition supported by Ekklesia and established by sick and disabled people passed the 100,000 signature mark.
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Three human rights activists from indigenous communities in Guatemala and Colombia have been presenting cases highlighting human rights violations by multinational corporations in their countries, including instances of land grabbing, at the Second United Nations Annual Forum on Business and Human Rights.
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An event in London promoting women in the mining sector has been challenged by organisations and individuals highlighting inspirational women from around the world who are engaged in resisting the ecological and social devastation caused by mining projects.
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Green, Labour and independent MSPs will today seek to amend the Scottish Government's Regulatory Reform Bill to remove a new duty on Scottish regulators to 'promote economic growth'.
The Boycott Workfare campaign network has kicked off a Week of Action to Stop Workfare and Sanctions across the UK.
The Fair Admissions Campaign, of which Ekklesia is a member, has published groundbreaking research into the extent of religious and socio-economic selection in state-funded English secondary schools, and its effect on social and ethnic inclusion.
Over the past decade in England and Wales, over two thousand people have died in care homes or hospitals while dehydrated or malnourished.
The government's General Anti-Abuse Rule is so poorly designed that it will allow 99 per cent of tax avoidance to continue, according to a tax briefing published on 2 December 2013.
On 30 November 2013, at Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin, Pat Storey was ordained as the Anglican bishop of Meath and Kildare.
Israeli Defence Force has served notifications for the demolition of Khirbet Umm al-Jamal in Wadi al-Maleh, in the Northern Jordan Valley.
The Scottish Trades Union Congress Annual St Andrews Day March and Rally was modified as a result of the tragic helicopter accident in Glasgow on 30th November - the march was cancelled but the rally went ahead.
Two leading US Protestant women, leaders of their respective denominations, have reflected movingly on the theological and practical links between Advent and the struggle against AIDS.
Hywel Williams, MP for Arfon in Wales, has repeated calls for the Winter Fuel Allowance to be paid in the summer to off-grid claimants when fuel is cheaper to help people get more value for their money as ONS figures show a 29% rise in excess winter deaths since last year.
Clergy should be free to hold services for same-sex couples, a Church of England working party has urged.