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God & My Mobile: Keeping the faith in a digital world

11th Dec 2018
Rachael Adams

We live in an age of massive technological developments and it can be hard to think through a Christian response to these realities. From smartphones to iPads and tablets, technology now dominates our lives as never before.

BLOG: Christianity and Human Rights

10th Dec 2018
Gordon Macdonald

Seventy years ago, the United Nations formally adopted the Universal Declaration on Human Rights (UDHR) on 10 December 1948 in Paris. Under the remarkable leadership of Elanor Roosevelt, the outcome was a document which has stood the test of time.

BLOG: Prostitution as a Human Right?

10th Dec 2018
Stuart Weir

Today it should be a human right to not be in prostitution.

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BLOG: Why the Government’s divorce proposals are bad for children

7th Dec 2018
James Mildred

One of the main aims the Government has given for their proposals to radically alter divorce law in England and Wales by introducing ‘no fault’ divorce is to reduce the negative impact of divorce on children.

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BLOG: Government divorce proposals undermine marriage

6th Dec 2018
Jonathan Williams

With Brexit dominating the news agenda, it may seem as if the current debate about the Withdrawal Agreement is the Government’s sole focus.

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Discrimination against people with disabilities starts before they are born

3rd Dec 2018
Rachael Adams

Today is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (3 December). The aim of the day is to raise awareness of the issues that people with disabilities face and to mobilise support for their dignity, rights and well-being.

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UN’s 16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women

23rd Nov 2018
James Mildred

By Stuart Weir, CARE for Scotland Director #HearMeToo

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Damning Report shows DFID programmes favoured abortion over maternal health

12th Nov 2018
Rachael Adams

In August the Prime Minister announced the Government will be increasing its funding for ‘family planning services’ in Africa and Asia, pledging £200 million to the Department for International Development (DFID) for the creation of the Women’s Integ

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Modern Slavery: where do we go from here?

15th Oct 2018
Louise Gleich

Three years ago new legislation was passed across the UK to strengthen efforts to combat human trafficking and exploitation.  This Anti-Slavery Day we take a look back at what has been achieved and what still needs to be done.

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The 'mutant liberalism' behind the Lib Dem pro-abortion agenda

19th Sep 2018
Rachael Adams

Dr Gordon Macdonald is a former Lib Dem parliamentary candidate and councillor and works as Parliamentary Officer for CARE for Scotland. Below he shares his views on the pro-abortion motion that was passed at the Lib Dem conference last weekend.