All the latest breaking news, press releases and comment from ActionAid UK's media team.
Celebrities show their support for campaign to give a future to children living in poverty.
Survey says the majority of British adults say even legal tax avoidance is morally wrong.
We join #GivingTuesday the initiative that was started in the US in 2012 and has become a global phenomenon
New poll data shows how little confidence women in Afghanistan have in the judicial system and police.
Actress and ActionAid ambassador Emma Thompson is “heartbroken” over the Ebola crisis in Liberia.
We respond to demands for information about Ebola from UK school teachers with our latest teaching resource.
Good news as Nigeria is declared Ebola-free.
Global response too slow as risk of Ebola deaths rises
ActionAid warns people are going hungry because of an Ebola-created economic crisis in West Africa.
As David Cameron visits Afghanistan, ActionAid urges the government to stand shoulder to shoulder with Afghan women.
We comment on David Cameron’s Speech at the New York climate summit — those who marched in the climate demonstrations will expect a binding global agreement.
OECD’s proposals for tackling tax avoidance fail to deliver for developing countries, ActionAid’s new report says.
MPs vote to make 0.7 per cent aid target legally binding on future governments.
Labour appoints first shadow minister to tackle violence against women and girls.
Latest update from the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) on the humanitarian relief effort in Gaza.
We must tackle the fear at the heart of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa
100 days on from the abduction of the Nigerian schoolgirls, ActionAid calls on the Nigerian government to do everything in its power to rescue the girls as well as end criticisism of the Bring Back Our Girls coalition.
Gaza crisis: ActionAid joins 33 other humanitarian agencies in calling for a ceasefire and sustained solution towards peace.
Ebola tightens its grip on West Africa and we call for more public education.
A new International Monetary Fund (IMF) paper explores the nature, significance and policy implications of ‘spillovers’ in international corporate taxation — the effects of one country’s tax rules and practices on others. And we offer analysis.
As the End Sexual Violence in Conflict summit draws to a close, governments must ensure that the difference is felt in real practical steps and actions.
Politicans attending the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict discuss the plight of Nigeria's abducted schoolgirls.
We talk about the issues behind the World Cup 2014.
ActionAid global spokeswomen working with survivors of violence across Africa and in Afghanistan.
Award winning singer-songwriter, Jake Bugg sees ActionAid’s work with young Brazillians for himself.
The Nigerian government must do more to find missing school girls, says ActionAid Nigeria Director, Dr Hassaini Abdu.
ActionAid condemns the abduction of more than 200 girls from their school in Chibok, north-east Nigeria.
Barclays boss told “Don’t be a banker for tax-dodgers” as campaigners descend on contentious Annual General Meeting24/04/2014
Barclays bosses plan to pay themselves millions in bonuses whilst helping businesses set up in tax havens, ActionAid claimed today.
Military police launch an armed operation to take control of the Complexo da Mare favela in Rio from local drug gangs.
One year after its launch the DEC Syria Crisis Appeal has funded help to over 300,000 people.
ActionAid is available for interviews from Jordan and London on the humanitarian impact of the Syria peace talks from Wednesday 22 January.
A consortium of aid agencies has received a two million euro grant for Cyclone Phailin recovery projects from the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department, ECHO.