Lizzy's blog

Archbishop Desmond Tutu – A Life Lived Through Faith in Action

A reflection on the life on Archbishop Desmond Tutu and how he put his faith into action.

Recipes at the Ready!

We're asking you for your favourite ethical recipes his January. Read the blog to find out how to contribute to our ethical cookbook!

Ten Times the UK Welcomed the Stranger (and the Positive Impact They Had)

The Christmas period presents the perfect time to reflect on the importance of welcoming the stranger, the migrant, and the refugee. To mark International Migrants Day and continue reflecting on the importance of welcoming the stranger, our latest blog celebrates those who have come to the UK to escape violence and made positive contributions to our society.

Why you should Rock the Red Ribbon this World AIDS Day

What is the red ribbon and what is its history?  

Sorting the Fact from the Fiction

Lizzy expolores the myths and misconceptions about refugees and those seeking asylum in the UK in the latest blog of our Refugee Campaign.

Why Wear a White Poppy?

The history and meaning behind the white poppy. 

The Nationality and Borders Bill: What is a Bill?

Lizzy explains what a bill is and why the Nationality and Borders Bill is at a crucial stage. Read part one here.

Hi, my name is Lizzy!

Lizzy's introductory blog. 

Peacemakers: No Military Solutions to Spiritual Problems

Lizzy reflects on the impact of experience over knowledge, and her experience of the arms fair protest.