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today at 12:07. Facebook
This Christmas, 65 million people are fleeing from conflict and crises. In this video, we remember that the infant Jesus and his family were refugees, escaping to Egypt where they found safety and solace. In our own troubled times, we can all help #LightTheWay for those seeking a brighter future. Share this video with your church community.

You can download the film here: [ Caid.org.uk Link ]
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yesterday at 13:00. Facebook
‘People relied on him. He had a vision for the Shuafat camp, where he was born and raised, that went beyond what could be imagined from within the very limited confines of the place.’

A very moving piece in the New York Times about Baha Nababta who worked with our partner ACRI in East Jerusalam and who was sadly killed earlier this year.

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‘We Are Orphans Here’

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Christian Aid
12/01/2016 at 17:10. Facebook
Christian Aid Collective have made this thought-provoking film for your churches' young people to watch and reflect on the uncertainty facing refugees this Christmas. #LightTheWay
Christian Aid
12/01/2016 at 15:00. Facebook
Coloured pencils at the ready! Our mindfulness colouring candle – for use throughout Advent, and inspired by the verse ‘The people walking in darkness have seen a great light’ (Isaiah 9:2) – is still available to download, and the best bit is it's suitable for all ages: [ Ow.ly Link ]

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Christian Aid
12/01/2016 at 10:50. Facebook
As we count down the days until Christmas, let's not forget the 65 million people fleeing from conflict and crises over the world – people like Georgette, in the DRC, who experienced brutal sexual violence, and still faces poverty and hunger. Could you please help us #LightTheWay for another human being in need of a beacon of hope this Christmas?

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Christian Aid
11/30/2016 at 18:00. Facebook
So cute! Thanks to St Mary's Church in Wales Primary School in Brynmawr for sharing these photos with us. Year Two have been learning about Advent with our colouring candle. You can download yours here: [ Caid.org.uk Link ]
Christian Aid
11/29/2016 at 07:45. Facebook
Today is #GivingTuesday and we've got an extra special something for you to share with friends and family.

There is no stranger Christmas story than that of the 65 million people who are fleeing from conflict and crises. Share this story and help shine a light on the worst global displacement crisis of our time.

Find out more about how you can support our Christmas Appeal: [ Caid.org.uk Link ]
Christian Aid
11/28/2016 at 13:00. Facebook
As many are scanning the online sales for a bargain this #CyberMonday, why not visit Present Aid to find a gift that will bring hope and security to some of the world's poorest people: [ Caid.org.uk Link ]
Christian Aid
11/26/2016 at 10:00. Facebook
Thanks to your generous support for our Iraq Appeal we have now reached a quarter of a million people who've been displaced from their homes by violence.

These photos are from a food distribution this week for families who have fled from Mosul. Each family received enough food to feed them for a month. Our work to support these people continues, and you can still donate to our appeal: [...
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'If you were asked to name the greatest inequality in the world, what would your response be?'

On International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, Christian Aid Scotland's Youth Development Officer Fiona Buchanan takes a look at why we have to tackle gender inequality to beat poverty:

To beat poverty we need equality

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'Personally it was sad because I was here in August 2014, and just to see that when we talked to those families they were saying: 'Yeah, we’ll go back in three-six months as soon as Peshmerga defeat ISIS we will go back', and their return and hope of return seemed imminent but now they are still around two years on.'

Iraq Crisis: Latest from Chamchammal camp

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'Church bells have been ringing out in a small Wiltshire village in solidarity with the city of Aleppo and those leaving in fear across the world.'

Could your church ring #BellsForAleppo this Friday?

Pealing For Peace — Diocese of Salisbury

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'The people walking in darkness have seen a great light’ (Isaiah 9:2).

'At this time of year we use this verse to celebrate the birth of Jesus, the light who came into the world.

But taking a fresh look at the familiar words, we have been challenged to ask ourselves: can we truly celebrate the light of the world when so many are surrounded by darkness?'

Light The Way - Greenbelt

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Christmas can be a stressful time for a lot of us. We've made an Advent mindfulness colouring candle your whole church can do together, reflecting on the light you can bring for people fleeing violence this Christmas.

Get your resources here to share our Christmas Appeal in your church and community:

Christmas Appeal church resources | Christian Aid

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'From the World Bank to the UK’s high street banks, campaigners across the world are united in calling for the Big Shift away from fossil fuels.'

Christian Aid campaigner Luke Harman highlights how the Big Shift campaign is growing and why campaigning alongside others is in Christian Aid’s DNA.

The Big Shift: Campaigning together

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Have you heard about the UN climate talks taking place in Marrakesh? Even if you have, there's a lot of complex, technical detail to the talks which would be lost on even the keenest climate campaigner.

It's a good moment to remember that for our sisters and brothers at home and across the world, climate change isn't an abstract idea, it's a frightening reality. Have a look at the human...
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Climate change has a human face

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Great news! The UK has signed the world climate change treaty agreed in Paris last year.

Our Senior Climate Adviser Mohamed Adow on the news: 'Ratifying the Paris Agreement is also a recognition by the first country to industrialise that it has a duty to help and protect the very poorest and most vulnerable people in the world suffering the effects of climate change.'

UK signs world climate change treaty

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This Christmas, your church can help #LightTheWay for people who are fleeing conflict, seeking safety and refuge.

Our resources are available to download and order now, perfect for planning your Advent and Christmas services:

Christmas Appeal church resources | Christian Aid

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Join us in prayer for the UN climate talks which continue in Marrakesh this week:

O God,
Send your Spirit upon the climate
talks in Marrakesh, that your will may
be done, to preserve our Earth, and
draw it closer to heaven.
Amen.
Christian Aid's Joe Ware on why we need not despair just yet about Donald Trump and climate change: 'the transition to clean energy is increasingly driven by technology and economics, not politics'.

Don't despair about Trump and climate change!

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