CARE in the Media
Mark Baillie speaks to Belfast Newsletter: ‘Others must follow NI lead on sex laws’
Mark Baillie, CARE's Northern Ireland Policy Officer spoke to the Belfast Newsletter about how the Republic of Ireland has followed Northern Irelands' lead in passing a bill to make it illegal for people to pay for sex and how this will have a crucia
Mark Baillie in the Belfast Telegraph speaking about Abortion and NI Election
Mark Baillie, CARE for Northern Ireland's Policy Officer wrote a letter to The Belfast Telegraph urging voters to consider candidate's and parties' stances on abortion before casting their vote in the Northern Ireland Election in March. Mark wrote:
Tim Houston talks to UCB about Engage17 and How to Get Involved in the Upcoming Elections
Tim Houston, CARE's Churches and Development Officer in Northern Ireland spoke to UCB about Engage17 - a key resource that helps voters and churches to engage with the Northern Ireland Assembly Elections happening on March 2nd.
Gordon Macdonald writes for The Scotsman on Proposals to Change the Organ Donation System in Scotland
Gordon Macdonald, CARE for Scotland's Parliamentary Officer penned an article for The Scotsman, focusing on why changing Scotland's current laws on organ donation to one of 'presumed consent' leads to ethical dilemmas.
Dan Boucher speaks to Premier about New Government Report Urging Action on FOBTs
After the final report from the All-Parliamentary Group on Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs) was published, CARE's Director of Parliamentary Affairs Dr Dan Boucher spoke to Premier, as the report makes a clear case for urgent government action.
CARE's Research on the Benefits of Increasing Marriage Tax Allowance on Premier Radio
CARE's latest research on the UK tax system was highlighted on Premier this week.
CARE featured in The Telegraph, urging the Government to increase the Marriage Tax Allowance
The Telegraph reported on polling data from ComRes, which CARE commissioned that shows 58 per cent of people support an increase in the Marriage Tax Allowance. Fiona Bruce, MP for Congleton:
Gordon Macdonald on STV News & BBC News to talk about Assisted Suicide
Gordon Macdonald, CARE for Scotland's Policy Officer was on both STV evening news and BBC News to talk about Assisted Suicide.
Gordon Macdonald on STV News - "Majority of human trafficking victims are sexually exploited"
CARE for Scotland's Policy Officer, Gordon Macdonald, was quoted on STV News about the latest NCA data, which shows that the majority of human trafficking victims in Scotland are sexually exploited.
Louise Gleich on Christian Today - "Victims Of Human Trafficking Abandoned By Government, MPs Told"
CARE's Louise Gleich, our Senior Policy Officer for Human Trafficking spoke with Christian Today about the evidence she gave to the Work and Pensions Department today.