Catching Fire: The odds are never in our favour – Tearfund's Policy Blog

November 21, 2013 by jokhinmaung The cruelty of fighting to the death continues with more games; the victors of the first games, Katniss and Peeta, are warned by their mentor Haymitch: ‘From now on, your job is to be a distraction so that people forget what the real problems are.’ The Games and its victors-cum-celebrities… Continue reading Catching Fire: The odds are never in our favour – Tearfund's Policy Blog

G8 – Tearfund's Policy Blog

October 4, 2013 by Rosanne White Over the last three weeks, all visitors to the UK might well be forgiven for thinking that the titan of British business is marigold manufacturing. Whether it be David Cameron rolling up his sleeves to mop up Labour’s mess or Ed Miliband preparing his hard hat for some serious… Continue reading G8 – Tearfund's Policy Blog

Craig Philbrick – Tearfund's Policy Blog

February 7, 2013 by Craig Philbrick I’m standing in the Gobi Desert, Mongolia, and I’m crying. We’ve been travelling now for about five and a half weeks, through 26 countries and it’s over. We’ve dodged corrupt police in Bulgaria, heard Turkmenistan state officials tapping into our calls home; and survived drunk, angry policemen demanding a… Continue reading Craig Philbrick – Tearfund's Policy Blog

The Land of Blue Sky – Tearfund's Policy Blog

February 7, 2013 by Craig Philbrick I’m standing in the Gobi Desert, Mongolia, and I’m crying. We’ve been travelling now for about five and a half weeks, through 26 countries and it’s over. We’ve dodged corrupt police in Bulgaria, heard Turkmenistan state officials tapping into our calls home; and survived drunk, angry policemen demanding a… Continue reading The Land of Blue Sky – Tearfund's Policy Blog