Contact
Streaming
Map
 
Enriching lives

Christian Aid Top

Home » News » Christian Aid Top
AMC CA 2016

Christian Aid has been named top non-governmental performer in the second annual Global Accountability Report produced by the One World Trust. The charity not only finished ahead of other British NGOs, with a score of 81%, but exposed the lack of accountability amongst some of the biggest corporate names including Google, Coca Cola, PricewaterhouseCoopers International Limited and General Electric who scored between 17 and 65%.

Daleep Mukarji, director of Christian Aid said: 'As an organisation which actively campaigns both in the UK and overseas, seeking to hold governments and big businesses to account for their actions, it is vital that we too are accountable to those we affect — poor communities, supporters, institutional donors, the public, our staff and overseas partners. This is core to our values and strategy. However there is no room for complacency, this is an encouraging starting point but to make the policies truly effective we need to sustain the commitment of individuals throughout the organisation.'

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

AMC Coach trips
Posted: Fri 19 Jul 5:00am

Here are three opportunities for coach trips and concerts:Motown The Musical — we have several spare tickets for this wonderful show on Wednesday 31st July in Milton Keynes. Tickets are £19.50 for the matinee performance. You can take advantage of free transport via the Exchange bus or make your own way to MK. Please contact Dawn Wright for information and tickets. Tel. 580221.I...

AMC Daun flags
Vivienne Kemp: Thu 18 Jul 5:00am

We look forward to welcoming our German Exchange partners at the end of July. On their final evening here, Saturday 3rd August, we will be holding a Farewell Dinner at 6pm, followed by a Concert at about 7pm. We warmly invite you to join us for these as they are usually very good fun. No need to let us know if you just want to come to the Concert, but if you would like to join us for the...

AMC Nasa
Posted: Wed 17 Jul 5:00am

This Saturday 20th July, at 7.30pm, the SOS meet with a theme of Space & Junk. It is a frightening thought but that small step for man happened 50 years ago, yes 50! The other small step to obesity is also celebrated on this date with National Junk Food Day. So, whether we look up at the moon and remember Apollo 11 or look up the delivery company bringing a burger/pizza/kebab we meet at Gill and...