As UK faith leaders unite to urge MPs to reject the Assisted Dying Bill, the Archbishop of Canterbury writes in the Observer that changing the law on assisted suicide would be seriously damaging - both to individuals and to our society.
Archbishop writes first post on new website seeking ‘new ways of disagreeing well on Europe’.
Archbishop Justin Welby writes in the Times that our religious beliefs are "a core part of what it is to be human" - and the freedom to practise them must be protected here and abroad.
Archbishop Justin Welby reflects on the importance of the UN's third annual gathering on financing for development taking place in Ethiopia this week.
Responding to attacks in Tunisia, France and Kuwait today, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby speaks.
Archbishop Justin Welby and Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew have written in the New York Times about our moral responsibility to act now on climate change.
The BBC’s Lyse Doucet, who has won a Sandford St Martin's award for religious broadcasting, interviewed the Archbishop of Canterbury in Egypt last month.
In an interview with SAT-7, the Christian TV station based in the Middle East, Archbishop Justin spoke about the suffering of Christians in the region, among other topics.
Archbishop Justin has written for The Times on why he believes the Assisted Dying Bill, which will be debate in the House of Lords next week, is "both mistaken and dangerous".