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SCCS - Supporter guide to the Scottish Parliament Elections 2021

Stop Climate Chaos Scotland supporter guide for Scottish Parliament Elections.

Our Prophetic Journey Towards Climate Justice

Climate stories from black church leaders to inspire positive action.

Taking Action on Climate Justice

A conversation guide for church groups, to help equip you to take action.

Cancel the Debt Lobbies Guide

Get involved today using this virtual lobby guide for debt cancellation for the most vulnerable countries in the world

Cancel the Debt supporter toolkit

Explore how you can take part in this campaign to cancel the debt of poor countries

Nigerian National Localization Framework

The Nigerian National Localization Framework refered to as ''Operational Framework for Local and International NGOs in Nigeria'' is a product of a project implemented by a consortium of 5 INGOs led by Christian Aid and four others namely Action Aid, CAFOD, Care and Tearfund. The project Accelerated Location Through Partnership (ALTP) was implemented for 2 years (November 2017 to October 2019) with funding from European Commission’s Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid (ECHO).    This document is expected to guide the operations of local and international NGOs within the country.

2019 General Election manifesto - Welsh

2019 General Election manifesto - Welsh

Campaigning with your local politician

Campaigning with your local politician

Inviting others to campaign

Inviting others to campaign

Running a campaign action

Running a campaign action

Campaigning with Craftivism

Campaigning with Craftivism

Next steps for your campaign

Next steps for your campaign

New pathways out of poverty in Africa: sustainable agriculture

A Christian Aid and CAFOD policy paper investigating how agricultural transformation has become a development priority for African governments and the international development community. It is commonly understood as a shift from ‘low’ productivity subsistence agriculture to more commercially-oriented production. This shift is seen as the first step away from the continent’s continued dependence on raw commodity exports, and towards diversified and domestically integrated economies that provide sufficient employment opportunities to the world’s youngest and fastest-growing population.   This is to be welcomed. However, this report highlights the risk that agricultural transformation strategies already underway in some African countries could increase inequality and further degrade the environment. To prevent this from happening agriculture transformation strategies need to: integrate actions that will build the resilience of producer households and wider ecosystems to climate and economic shocks, instead of focusing predominantly on increasing the productivity of smallholders link smallholder producers to the wider domestic economy.  CAFOD and Christian Aid programmes that support small agro-enterprise development, climate resilience building and inclusive agricultural market development include deliberate actions to ensure equitable and environmentally sustainable outcomes. To further promote the integration of these principles in the design and implementation of government policies, we have initiated an on-going dialogue with our partner organisations in Africa to determine how agricultural transformation policies in their own countries can contribute to more equitable and sustainable development.