| Jubilee Debt Campaign |
This is the national site of the Jubilee Debt Campaign. JDC is demanding an end to the scandal of poor countries paying money to the rich world. We are calling for 100% cancellation of unpayable and unjust poor country debts.
| || Islamic Relief UK |
A British aid agency addressing the needs of the world's poorest people from emergency relief to long-term development projects in areas such as water and sanitation, health and nutrition, and orphan sponsorship.
| || Methodist and Relief Development Fund |
MRDF exists to bring about significant and long term change in some of the world's most marginalised communities, and to empower people to change structures that are oppressive and unjust
| || Nishkam Civic Association |
Nishkam Civic Association (NCA), more fondly known as The Nishkam Centre in Handsworth, Birmingham, is among 103 volunteer groups from around the UK, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man to have been awarded The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service 2010.
| || The home of Liberal Judaism |
Liberal Judaism is the dynamic, cutting edge of modern Judaism. Liberal Judaism reverences Jewish tradition, and seeks to preserve the values of the Judaism of the past while giving them contemporary force. It aspires to a Judaism that is always an active force for good in the lives of Jewish individuals, families and communities today, and equally makes its contribution to the betterment of society.
| || Home of Reform Judaism |
Addresses the major issues facing the Jewish community in the UK.
| || Student Christian Movement |
The Student Christian Movement (SCM) is a student-led community passionate about living out our faith in the real world. We have a network of groups around the country, and organise national events. SCM is the oldest student Christian Network in the UK, and is part of the World Student Christian Federation (WSCF)
Jubilee Scotland campaigns for the cancellation of the unjust and unpayable debts of the world's poorest countries. Arya Samaj, West Midlands
The Arya Samaj focuses greatly on the welfare of all humanity through altruism and charity (the Samaj opened the first non-Christian orphanages in India) and by teaching that all should be treated with love, justice and on their merits. Swami Dayanand, the founder of the Arya Samaj, therefore, was `heretical’ in his total rejection of the caste system or any form of discrimination based on social class.