Monthly Archives: November 2010

‘Against Human Dignity’: The Pope, Condoms and AIDS

Pope Benedict XVI’s’s comments on the use of condoms as a means of protection against HIV infection have been interpreted as the first move in the controversial (and many would argue irresponsible) Vatican stance on the use of condoms as … Continue reading

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‘If we only saved one life…’: The Ethiopian famine of the mid-1980s, and the humanitarian response

The BBC has apologised for ‘misleading and unfair’ claims made during a documentary in March about aid money to Ethiopia during the Ethiopian famine in the mid-1980s, and in particular for giving the impression that substantial amounts of money from … Continue reading

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