Life for Syrian refugees outside of official camps – how local churches are making a difference – Tearfund's Policy Blog

January 21, 2014 by Caroline Maxwell For the launch of Tearfund’s media report ‘Overcrowded and overlooked’ this is a guest blog post by Rupen Das. Rupen is the Director of one of Tearfund’s partnering organisations helping Syrian refugees in Lebanon. As the crisis in Syria and its neighbouring countries enters its third year, it is… Continue reading Life for Syrian refugees outside of official camps – how local churches are making a difference – Tearfund's Policy Blog

Let’s avoid the climate change car crash – Tearfund's Policy Blog

October 1, 2013 by sarahwiggins1 Last week I reversed into someone’s car and, sincerely sorry for the damage to their passenger door that I had caused, of course I immediately provided my details and paid to put it right – it diminished my household budget, but was the human thing to do. The leading climate… Continue reading Let’s avoid the climate change car crash – Tearfund's Policy Blog

Governance and Corruption – Tearfund's Policy Blog

October 1, 2013 by Melissa Lawson by Rachel Dickinson Poverty is no secret. It happens across the world and it robs people of their hope and dignity. But what remains secret are the illicit deals and hidden transactions that deprive poor communities of the money they need to tackle poverty. Tearfund is launching our new… Continue reading Governance and Corruption – Tearfund's Policy Blog

Governance & Corruption – 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 Governance & Corruption – Tearfund's Policy Blog