Project Ala – Raising funds for forest corridors

A project run by SEED Madagascar, one of Project Ala’s main aims is to create forest corridors between existing pockets of habitat for lemurs (including The Tanosi Mouse Lemur) and other endangered wildlife on Madagascar.

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Youth violence prevention week – “Hard Calls Save lives”

The Metropolitan police have launched a new campaign called “Hard Calls Save lives”. This is a hard-hitting awareness-raising campaign against serious youth violence led by five mothers who have lost their sons to knife crime.

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Black health care professionals urge public to learn the signs of lung cancer

Black health care professionals are backing the latest NHS and Public Health England campaign urging people to contact their GP practice if they have a cough for three weeks or more and it isn’t COVID-19.

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Children’s charity calls on public to take part in Young Carers Action Day

A children’s charity says young carers returning to school this week are more likely to have fallen behind in their studies than some of their peers, after juggling home schooling with caring over multiple lockdowns.

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Funding will help to tackle health inequalities in Black & Asian communities

Thirty-Five community projects in England have received a share of £600,000 funding as part of the Government’s commitment to tackle health inequalities in Black and Asian communities.

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Dear Pandemic-Weary Pastor

It’s not all bad. Some churches seem to have overcome the challenges of COVID in astounding ways. I love seeing reports about the amazing things happening in churches around the country despite the crisis.

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New poll finds Non Christians perceptions of the Church are improving

The Give Hope Campaign, which profiles the work of the UK church, is supported by leaders from Anglican, Methodist, Salvation Army, Baptist, Pentecostal, and Evangelical churches across the country.

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Step Back premier a poignant lesson to youths amidst spate of stabbings

This weekend as a spate of attacks raged across parts of South London, leaving one person dead and at least 10 injured, Leo Powell premiered his short film Step Back, a drama about youth violence which has been endorsed by the Metropolitan Police.

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New hard-hitting TV ad urges the nation to stay at home

Everyone across the UK is being asked “Can you look them in the eyes and tell them you’re helping by staying at home?” in a new Government advertising campaign which will act as a stark reminder to the public of the ongoing impact of COVID-19 and the extreme pressures facing frontline workers.

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