Latest news and views from our campaigns
Tackling tax secrecy on the continent
24 February 2014: a new Act proposed by the European Parliament could help tackle all forms of money laundering - including tax dodging.
Phantom firms progress
Stick with Foncho this Fairtrade Fortnight
21 February 2014: Foncho, a banana farmer from Colombia, works hard to provide for his family. While his produce is sold at a fair price, others are losing out. Stand up with Foncho to make bananas fair.
Stick with Foncho
New OECD tax proposals ignore the poor
19 February 2014: Despite promises to help developing countries collect taxes owed, rich nations are now in danger of acting like an elitist members club, ignoring the poor, who can’t afford the entrance fee.
Reforms benefit rich
Synod takes a stand on climate change
13 February 2014: The Church of England General Synod has agreed to strengthen its position on climate change and create a Working Group on the Environment.
Protecting the planet
Ask Cameron and Clegg for climate action in Europe
David Cameron is under pressure to back down on his climate commitments. Ask Cameron and Clegg to hold firm on their climate commitments at the European talks this March.
Ed Davey MP responds to your climate campaign messages
10 January 2014 - The Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change provides a detailed response to Christian Aid campaigners.
A moving message from Yeb Saño
9 January 2014 - Yeb Saño writes a heartfelt letter to thank Christian Aid supporters for fasting and praying for climate action.
Gratitude for your support
Tackling climate change – what next?
Vote for the campaign you think has the most potential to bring about lasting change in the climate justice debate.
Campaigns round-up 2013: elephants, Russian dolls and action for the world's poor
9 December 2013 - This year tens of thousands of you joined the IF campaign rallies, lobbied your MPs and prayed for tax and climate justice. Together, we’ve achieved some amazing things in 2013. Thank you.
COP 19: it's time for climate justice
The United Nations climate talks may have dented our hopes, but I was overwhelmed by the sense of solidarity and desire for action.
Fasting for climate change progress
18 November 2013 - Frances Witt reports from Warsaw, where the COP 19 climate talks are happening, about how fasting could help progress climate negotiations.
Influencing climate agenda
STOP Tax Dodging – campaigning across Europe
6 November 2013 - Frances Witt explains Christian Aid's new initiative to unite voices across Europe that have a desire to see an end to tax dodging.
Tax justice across Europe
Public register success shines spotlight on tax dodgers
31 October 2013 - Luke Harman reflects on the beneficial ownership campaign win. Thanks to more than 17,000 of our supporters, a public register of phantom firms has been approved.
Take action: put the brakes on fracking
October 2013 - Our government pledged to be 'the greenest ever', but David Cameron is supporting fracking - entrenching our dependence on fossil fuels. We need clean energy now!
Clean energy now
The UK Gold film tour
17 September 2013 - Christian Aid has joined forces with Oxfam and Action Aid to organise a nationwide tour of The UK Gold, a film about tax injustice. Find out if there's a screening near you.
World Bank says no to dirty coal projects
12 September 2013 - New World Bank announcement signals a move away from funding dirty fossil fuel projects in developing countries.
Enough Food For Everyone IF campaign: what did we achieve?
Thanks to amazing supporters like you, the structural causes of hunger were at the very heart of discussions at the G8 summit this June.
Talking the talk
A UK parliamentary committee has quashed a key piece of legislation that would have made the task of tackling tax dodging in poor countries much easier.
Keep up the pressure
Energy Bill fails to deliver
24 June 2013 - Amendment to introduce a clean energy target is lost, but the fight for climate justice continues.
All is not lost