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Greenbelt, Bright Field

Greenbelt is an arts, faith and justice festival that takes place over the August Bank holiday weekend.

UNA-UK calls on Lords to speak up for a fairer process to select the UN chief

On Thursday 10 September, the House of Lords will host a rare debate on the effectiveness of the United Nations, with a particular focus on the sel

Mission and Heritage

In his address to the Methodist Conference in Southport earlier this summer, Rev Steve Wild introduced us to the Presidential theme for this year –

Britain "can do more" to protect human rights of migrants and refugees

As the refugee and migrant crisis intensifies across Europe, UNA-UK is calling on the British Government to develop a coherent and rights-based pol

California state pension funds to divest from coal

NEWS: CalPERS and CalSTRS will sell up to US$240 million in mine holdings after lawmakers' decision, in win for campaigners

Ode to Aurora - an Arctic Roar poem

Indonesia reveals draft climate offer for 2030

NEWS: World’s fourth most populous country pledge slightly builds on 2020's voluntary goal, but details unclear

Pressure mounting on UN as Bonn climate talks stutter

NEWS: Seven days of negotiations remain before Paris summit to finalise global pact, but what leaders will sign is unclear

Pakistan frontier province targets carbon neutrality by 2018

NEWS: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, riven by the war on terror and extreme floods, has ambitious plans for hydropower and forests

UNISON welcomes end of employment tribunal fees in Scotland

UNISON has welcomed the Scottish Government announcement that it intends to abolish fees for employment tribunals in Scotland.


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Columban JPIC:

A continuous professional development opportunity for educators is being offered in late June,...

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

Friends of the Earth and community group Save Druridge have been fighting proposals for an...

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