19 February 2020
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Bristol Priest vows to keep offending despite conviction over climate change protest
I knew I must stand my ground; my responsibility was to the many millions in this world who are currently affected as a matter of climate justice now, it is the poor of the world who are mostly affected by climate change now - but also to future...
Bristol Family Court recognised as initiator of an excellent resource namely a Family Court Informat
"This is an excellent resource... I cannot understand why it has not been replicated by each and every one of the other 40 or so family hearing centres around the country.”
How you can support Christian Climate Action
a community of Christians supporting each other in following Jesus Christ in the face of imminent and catastrophic anthropogenic climate change, in acts of non-violent direct action.
‘The way we are’: accessing the court after LASPO
those who would otherwise not have sufficient confidence to access court services will hopefully gain some support in resolving family issues which are very often a source of real crisis and harm.
Multi Faith Support in Bristol’s Civil Justice Centre
This is a new initiative, seeking to help people at a desperate time in their lives - Volunteers needed