Liam Purcell from SCM's campaign partner Church Action on Poverty tells us of his hopes and plans for 2018, and what SCM students can do to help end hunger in the UK!
Articles in the 'Poverty' category
SCM member and postgrad student, Adam Spiers, tells us about the recent Joy in Enough 'big workshop' in Sheffield.
Ruth Wilde on food poverty in the UK, what students are doing, and the bill in Parliament to end child hunger.
Ellie Wilde reflects on her experience of the National Justice and Peace Network conference in Swanwick. The call to live simply and sustainably in the Pope's encyclical 'Laudato Si' resonates strongly with her own Quaker tradition's 'Simplicity Testimony'.
SCM member Nathan Olsen looks at the role poverty and inequality has to play in this General Election.
Hannah Widdows from MakeLunch tells us how churches can help to make sure children do not go hungry in the holidays.
Justice is worth carping on about. Not because it will make people feel better about themselves, but because God loves it.
Ellis Tsang is SCM’s new Fundraising and Communications Officer. These are some of his thoughts on what that role means and how communications and fundraising can fit together to drive SCM’s mission.
As I begin my placement, I ask what we can do about an international problem - and what is the role of an advocate?