All the latest breaking news, press releases and comment from ActionAid UK's media team.
ActionAid calls for urgent action on International Migrants Day
ActionAid welcomes the appointment of Baroness Verma as Ministerial Champion for Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Overseas.
ActionAid responds to the Scottish government’s financial pledge at the UN global climate change summit in Paris.
ActionAid responds to the G77 and China joint statement on funding at COP21.
Huge majority of public back new laws to clamp down on tax havens — ActionAid / Oxfam poll
Ahead of the EU-Africa summit, ActionAid calls on the UK government to commit to resettling a greater number of refugees in the UK.
ActionAid welcomes the positive news that, a year and a half after the first outbreak, Sierra Leone has finally been declared Ebola-free.
ActionAid statement in response to the urgent question in parliament on the refugee crisis.
As the number of refugees arriving in Greece this year passes 500,000, ActionAid calls on European governments to do more to tackle the worsening crisis.
24 major aid agencies make unprecedented demand for investigation into bombing of MSF hospital in Afghanistan
18 months after the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, survivors are still facing medical complications. Rebuilding public services and livelihoods will take a long time.
The OECD’s plan to tackle global tax avoidance ignores the problems faced by the world’s poorest countries in collecting their fair share of tax from corporations.
ActionAid welcomes news that extreme poverty is likely to fall but warns that we must share the benefits of growth more fairly.
Tens of thousands people are homeless in Bangladesh, India and Myanmar without access to clean water and food.
Women’s rights targets in the text but implementation is the challenge.
Relief efforts should concentrate on providing homes and helping farmers with a liveable income.
An ActionAid report and poll finds that officials are ignoring laws to end violence against women, curtailing funding to women's rights organisations and failing to protect female activists
ActionAid Uganda has stopped working on any health-related genetically modified foods campaigns.
ActionAid is not for or against GMOs but supports a precautionary approach. We do not run any global campaigns on GM technology.
ActionAid has Nigeria based experts available for media interviews on Boko Haram, as the terrorist group attack the north-eastern city of Maiduguri.
Women in the developing world lose out by trillions of dollars becuase of gender inequality in the job market.
ActionAid’s Country Director in Nigeria, Hussaini Abdu is available for interviews on what we must do to stop Boko Haram terrorising and killing innocent people.
Women and children worst affected. Refugees and those homeless in Gaza unprepared.