A new report shows that households in Manchester have some of the highest rates of ‘joblessness’ anywhere in the country
New research says that 1.7 million students prioritise bills over food, and in Manchester this Christmas, the fight against poverty and hunger is widespread and needs your help
Travelling the world in aid of volunteering whilst overlooking the needs of those close to us is a result of first-world boredom and the necessity of moral reassurance
Joe Evans discusses poverty and other essentials for the modern writer
We visited Oxford’s Centre for Effective Altruism to investigate their surprising conclusion about the best ways to end poverty
Are letters of praise at GCSE going to achieve anything other than patronising students?
ASAP Society hope to bring together students in order to combat global poverty.
Why we should be giving more to the developing world
The East African famine is a humanitarian emergency – but who is responding, asks Charlotte Cook
Fahim Sachedina explains how the late Colonel Gaddafi wasted Libya’s oil riches – but looks forward to a brighter future for a neglected people