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All posts by Aimee Nott

Ukraine Emergency Appeal

All We Can and the Methodist Church in Britain have launched an emergency appeal in response to events unfolding in Ukraine. As communities face violence, upheaval, and the trauma of war, your urgent support is needed. Working together with the Global Relationships Team of the Methodist Church in Britain, donations will be used to support […]

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An update from Za’atari Refugee Camp

What were you doing, ten years ago? In 2011, what was your life like? The news of that year was dominated by the riots in response to Mark Duggan’s death across the UK; the occupy Wall Street movement began; and across the Middle East, protests erupted in what was known as the ‘Arab Spring’. In […]

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Call for action and prayer on the Polish-Belarusian border crisis

All We Can stands together with colleagues across the European Commission on Mission, and the European Methodist Council, in support of the appeal from the United Methodist Church in Poland regarding the crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border. The crisis, which has been unfolding since the start of November, has seen men, women and children travel […]

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COP26: An Open Letter from British Methodists

As COP26 approaches, we hear from Mollie Pugmire – one of the Climate Justice for All team. In this blog, she shares what the team are doing in the run-up to COP26 – and how British Methodists can have their say.  Climate Justice for All (CJ4A) is a youth-led Methodist campaign to mobilise the global […]

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Haiti earthquake: one month on

On the morning of 14 August (local time) a devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. A few days later, Tropical Depression Grace made landfall in Haiti, causing further damage and destruction. Just over one month on, the Haitian Civil Protection have reported that an estimated 2,189 people are known to have died, over 12,200 people […]

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All We Can and Y Care International: Working together to transform lives.

Covid-19 has thrown into sharp focus the many injustices which shape our world today. Vaccine inequality, gender injustice and youth unemployment have all risen sharply as a result of the pandemic – and so there has never been a better time for organisations to come together to tackle these challenges. That is why, from 1 […]

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Responding to Covid-19 in India

In April 2021, India was in the grips of the very worst of Covid-19 – and the world watched in horror as devastating statistics dominated the headlines. At the peak of its second wave of the virus, India recorded more than 414,000 new confirmed cases and over 3,900 deaths in a single day. At the […]

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Skills for the future

Today marks a little known awareness day – World Youth Skills Day. In 2014, the UN General Assembly declared 15 July a celebration of the importance of ‘equipping young people with the skills for employment, decent work and entrepreneurship.’ As an estimated one in six young people globally are out of work due to the […]

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‘A devastating political decision’: All We Can responds to UKAid vote

All We Can has today released a statement in response to the vote in Parliament on Tuesday.Graeme Hodge, CEO of All We Can said, ‘As a nation we’d led the way, globally, through our commitment to UKAid. This week’s vote has resulted in a devastating political decision which will harm those with very little already, […]

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Fire in Kutupalong Camp: An update from Cox’s Bazar

On 22 March, an enormous fire tore through Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar – destroying shelters, displacing thousands, and causing untold trauma to families living in the affected area who have already been through so much. All We Can’s supporters gave generously in response to this tragedy. Through our humanitarian aid partner in Cox’s […]

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