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News and newsletters | ARC holds agricultural workshop in Kenya | Quakers grow a sustainable community | Prince Charles plants a mango tree in Tanzania | Catholics urged to give up meat on Fridays For Lent | ARC holds fourth Faith in Food workshop in London | ARC wins Fairtrade thumbs up | ARC and Tree Aid workshop in Ghana | People of faith urged to avoid 'cruelty' eggs | Mumbai onion scandal hits India's poor

ARC wins Fairtrade thumbs up

When representatives from ARC’s office in the UK were invited to the annual Fairtrade Business Awards in Bristol they were only expecting to pick up a Bronze award. But when the results were announced Pippa Moss (ARC Personal and Events Assistant) and Natalie Hingston (ARC Finance and Administration Assistant) were delighted to discover that ARC was one of only three businesses to receive a Gold Award at the ceremony. To read more click here .


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Sacred woods, forests and trees are found in all the major religious cultures of the world. The tree forms a fundamental part of the mythology of many faiths, from the Tree of Knowledge in Judaism and Christianity’s Tree of the Cross to the sacred trees of Hinduism.<
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We are working with more than 25 Christian, Muslim and Hindu faith partners in Africa.
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