National media briefing: the Prince's Trust, Dylan's Wings of Change, the Matthew Trust, Comic Relief, Oxfam and SaferWorld

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

A lack of computer skills could be damaging the career chances of young people, the Prince's Trust has warned.

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A charity called Dylan’s Wings of Change has been set up to raise money for autism, in memory of a British boy who was shot in the Newtown school massacre in the US.

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Work has started on a new £1.7m development for supporting Scotland's creative industries sector, as part of the redevelopment of Dundee, which is jointly funded by Scottish Enterprise, the European Regional Development Fund, the Scottish government and the Tayside charity the Matthew Trust.

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The 1980s pop stars Tony Hadley and Kim Wilde sang their way into the record books today after performing a concert at the highest-ever altitude – on a jumbo jet – in aid of Comic Relief.

See The Independent for full story

The UK should press for a stronger global arms trade treaty even if that means standing up to the US  and its powerful gun lobby, say campaigners including Oxfam and SaferWorld

See The Guardian for full story

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