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Add your voice to the call for social justice in Northern Ireland!
Our local group in Northern Ireland needs you to sign their petition, calling on all parties to prioritise social justcec in the forthcoming elections to ...
Why Equality is Better for Everyone: Societies with a bigger gap between rich and poor are bad for everyone in them
Part of a short series of meetings organised by Church Action on Poverty North East with Shepherd's Dene Retreat Centre, exploring local implications and ...
Why Equality is Better for Everyone: Almost everything - from life expectancy to mental illness, violence to illiteracy – is affected not by how wealthy a society is but by how equal it is
Part of a short series of meetings organised by Church Action on Poverty North East with Shepherd's Dene Retreat Centre, exploring local implications and ...
Why Equality is Better for Everyone: How we can find positive solutions and move towards a happier, fairer future
Part of a short series of meetings organised by Church Action on Poverty North East with Shepherd's Dene Retreat Centre, exploring local implications and ...
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Close the Gap: Church Action on Poverty annual conference 2011
Our annual conference for 2011, focusing on our three-year campaign theme 'Close the Gap'
Christians on the march for an alternative to cuts
Christians of all denominations are joining with us in a national demonstration against the Coalition Government’s cuts in public spending, and their ...
Budget ignores the plight of the poorest
The Budget announced on 23 March 2011 will do nothing to help the poor and vulnerable people who are about to suffer the worst effects of the Government’s ...
Our campaigners made BrightHouse listen!
A campaign by Church Action on Poverty supporters has persuaded another high-cost lender to start listening to theircustomers.
Church Action on Poverty team runs for a change!
On 15 May, five staff and supporters of Church Action on Poverty braved cold winds and rain to complete the Great Manchester Run.
Cut and cut again
Church Action on Poverty has worked with a journalist to produce a powerful series of articles, exploring how spending cuts will have a devstating impact on ...
Methodist Church calls for action to Close the Tax Gap
Following a debate at their conference on 6 July, the Methodist Church has issued a statement saying that tax avoidance "impoverishes the vulnerable and is ...
Methodist Conference Pledges to Close the Gap
On 6 July 2011, the Methodist Conference voted to "support entusiastically" our campaign to Close the Gap between rich and poor in the UK.
How credit unions help to Close the Gap
Ian Guest of South Yorkshire Credit Union explores how credit unions can help to Close the Gap between rich adn poor.
A code of practice to end rip-off TV!
Our campaign to stop high-cost credit companies exploiting people on low incomes has achieved a major victory!
Catholic Justice & Peace Network Pledges to Close the Gap
At their conference in July 2011, the National Justice & Peace Network made a Pledge to Close the Gap - and encouraged their supporters to do the same.

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