Roundup: mandatory detention, Canberra bus tickets, Uniting Church ‘on the way’, food campaign, Americans and God

Roundup: mandatory detention, Canberra bus tickets, Uniting Church ‘on the way’, food campaign, Americans and God

Commission will continue to lobby for strengthened human rights protections

Human Rights Commission President Catherine Branson QC has said the Commission would continue to urge the Government to end its system of mandatory and indefinite immigration detention.

Old bus tickets back to assist poor

The ACT Government has moved to ease the burden of Canberra’s new electronic bus ticketing system on the poor.

The ‘On the Way’ project

Thirty-four years ago the Uniting Church was born amid great celebration and a clear vision of what this church was called to be. The ‘On the Way’ project celebrates the anniversary of the church and provides ways in which Uniting people can join in its journey of joy, commitment and service.

Food campaign targets G20 agriculture ministers

The Anglican Alliance has launched a food campaign targeting G20 and African governments in the run-up to this month’s meetings on the global food crisis.

More Than 9 in 10 Americans Continue to Believe in God

Professed belief is lower among younger Americans, Easterners, and liberals.

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