The latest news and views on international development, justice, faith and poverty from Christian Aid in Scotland.
Supporters take the IF message to MPs
In the run-up to the Budget, Christian Aid supporters are asking their MPs to spill the beans on tax dodging.
Spill the beans
Bite back at hunger this Christian Aid Week
There are lots of opportunities to get involved this Christian Aid Week in Scotland.
Bolivian programme officer to visit Scotland
Prior to Christian Aid Week, Cecilia Cordova, Christian Aid's programme officer in Bolivia, will be visiting Scotland.
Christian Aid Collective
The Christian Aid Collective works with young people and youth leaders across Scotland, equipping them to be the generation that ends poverty.
Christian Aid Scotland gets behind 'IF' campaign
Christian Aid has joined other organisations to launch a major new campaign on global hunger in Glasgow.
Christian Aid Scotland annual review 2012
A look back at what Christian Aid Scotland achieved in 2012.
Inverness shares march for justice victory
In autumn 2012, Christian Aid Scotland staff and supporters walked in solidarity with thousands of dalit and tribal people on the Jan Satyagraha march for justice in India.
Thank you for getting on board the tax justice bus in Scotland!
Christian Aid Scotland would like to say a big thank you to everyone who got involved with the tax justice bus.
Tax Justice Tour
Church of Scotland economic report
Kathy Galloway, head of Christian Aid in Scotland, explains what the new Church of Scotland Special Commission report will mean for the world's poorest countries.
Ricky Ross: blogging from Brazil
Deacon Blue's Ricky Ross returns from Brazil and reflects on some of the amazing people and Christian Aid partners he has met over the last week, including MST - the Landless People's Movement.
Blogging from Brazil