The latest news from the Tax Justice Network.
Prevent singles out Birmingham student as domestic extremist, finds Josh Allen.
As we campaign for peace today, what can we learn from our predecessors? asks Symon Hill.
Poet and writer Yahia Lababidi on what Ramadan, and its associated fasting, means to him.
Al-Shabaab attacks continue and death toll rises while politicians squabble, reports Henry Owino.
Raff Piccolo ponders the position of the West Bank’s leadership in an increasingly volatile political environment.
Mixed media can help change attitudes in an increasingly unequal world, says Katharine Round.
The power outages caused by Typhoon Rammasun highlight a precarious, and dirty, energy situation, says Iris Gonzales.
Mads Gilbert, a doctor in Gaza’s largest hospital, writes an open letter as the Palestinian death toll rises steeply.
Children are dying while feeding birds on their roof tops, or playing football on the beach. On Day 11 of Israel’s assault, Noreen Sadik remembers the youngest victims.
At the General Synod, Joe Ware witnessed tweeting bishops, snoozing vicars – and a historic decision.