Please pray for those who have lost their lives and loved ones in Indonesia's latest tsunami.
Last week SCIAF Policy Officer Ben Wilson was at the UN climate change conference in Poland, trying to make the world’s leaders listen to voice of the poor. In this blog he explains why action is still desperately needed.
Pupils come together for a carol concert to raise money for some of the world's poorest people.
Our partners at the University of Glasgow, Mo Hume and Allan Gillies, talk about the struggle for human rights in Chocó, Colombia.
We're calling for ambitious and immediate action to tackle the devastating effects of climate change.
We are urging all parties involved in the Syrian conflict to move beyond their differences and urgently help civilians to rebuild their lives.
We are urging the Scottish and UK Governments to do everything they can to protect the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.
Caritas is calling on communities around the world to walk side by side with migrants and refugees.
We can avoid pushing millions of people into poverty, but only if governments take immediate action to tackle climate change.
Thanks to you, and with support from the UK government, we've been helping farmers grow more food and earn an income.
Your donations are supporting emergency relief efforts in Indonesia.
The award of the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize to two campaigners against rape in warfare, Nadia Murad and Denis Mukwege, is a powerful symbol of the need to tackle the scourge of sexual violence.