Charity of the week Fri 19 Dec, AT 08:33

Lendwithcare enables people to make small loans to people who want to work their way out of poverty


Charity of the week Fri 12 Dec, AT 13:46

Home-Start's volunteers offer emotional and practical support to more than 69,000 children a year

Iranian couple

'White marriages': Iran's cohabiting couples defy Sharia law

Talking Point Wed 10 Dec, AT 15:00

Clerics promise a crackdown on 'shameful' couples fighting for freedom and independence by moving in together

Psychologists who aided CIA in torture lost sight of morality

Wed 10 Dec, AT 09:50 The Conversation

It's building rapport that makes interrogation successful, not coercion, says Prof Laurence Alison

Volunteers pack food at a food bank

Food banks: benefit sanctions blamed for rising hunger

Talking Point Mon 8 Dec, AT 10:34

Government told to do more to achieve a hunger-free Britain by church-backed parliamentary report

Nine charity Christmas cards that make a point

Summary Mon 8 Dec, AT 10:18

Not all Christmas cards limit themselves to conventional images of the festive season

Walking with the Wounded

Charity of the week Fri 5 Dec, AT 16:10

Walking With The Wounded raises funds for the re-training of wounded servicemen and women

Sex and censorship: why new porn laws are 'ridiculous'

Talking Point Thu 4 Dec, AT 15:29

Campaigners argue the 'sexist' rules amount to censorship and will mean woman can't be shown enjoying sex

Memorial of Michael Brown and Eric Garner in New York City

Eric Garner: civil rights probe launched into chokehold killing

One-Minute Read Thu 4 Dec, AT 10:04

Protests erupt after grand jury fails to indict white police officer who killed unarmed man in chokehold