Monthly archive

Churches Playing a Vital Role in Snap Election

31st May 2017
Rachael Adams

Despite only having a mere few weeks to organise hustings, CARE’s dedicated election website has over 70 registered hustings events listed so far, and more being added by the day.

Did your MP stand up for the vulnerable in the last parliament?

16th May 2017
Rachael Adams

Just how did your MP vote on a range of crucial issues? Back by popular demand is CARE’s dynamic database which details how MPs voted on crucial issues relating to life, family and justice in the last parliament.

CARE Launches New Resource To Help Voters Get To Know Their Candidates For The General Election

9th May 2017
Rachael Adams

With only 30 days to go until the General Election, CARE has launched a website to equip and inspire Christians across the UK to get out and vote on June 8th.

Government seeks to overhaul law on SRE

3rd Mar 2017
Chris Buttenshaw

On Wednesday, the Government announced that it will amend the Children and Social Work Bill to make changes to the law on sex and relationships education in England which will erode, and some ways undermine, the role of parents.  The amendment will b


Tim Houston talks to UCB about Engage17 and How to Get Involved in the Upcoming Elections

10th Feb 2017
Rachael Adams

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.

New Website Equips Churches to Play a Central Role in NI Election

9th Feb 2017
Rachael Adams

CARE has launched Engage17 – a new election website in response to the snap election called in Northern Ireland. This website is packed full of key resources which will help enable people to choose who to cast their vote for on Election Day.

Sex education will not be made compulsory

12th Feb 2016
James Mildred

The Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has resisted calls to make sex education compulsory in primary and secondary schools across England and Wales.

Scottish sexual health policy is flawed, says charity

25th Feb 2013
Public Affairs

PRESS RELEASE - In written evidence submitted to the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee enquiry into teenage pregnancy, the charity CARE for Scotland argue that the ideological underpinning of current sexual health policy is fundamental