At a ceremony at Lambeth Palace, the Archbishop of Canterbury broke the ground for the construction of a new library. Callum May reports on the first building to be be built within the walls of the palace in a century. Orphanage trafficking has been described as a 'billion dollar racket' by the Australian politician Senator Linda Reynolds. She was in London this week to raise awareness of the trade in children to populate orphanages that she says 'scam' money from church groups and volunteers. Krish Kandiah from the charity Home For Good tells Emily how they are planning to raise awareness of this issue in the UK. Sunday marks the 25th anniversary of the murder of teenager Stephen Lawrence. The Archbishop of York, John Sentamu was an adviser to the inquiry that investigated how the police handled the case. He tells Emily Buchanan about that time, his own experience with the police and whether he is still concerned about institutional racism. Pakistan is scheduled to go to the polls in national elections in July. In rural areas, hereditary holy men can wield significant political power. Dr Adeel Malik from Oxford University tells Emily Buchanan about their influence. Are faith groups doing enough to protect the environment? Martin Palmer from the Alliance of Religions and Conservation debates with the Church of England's lead bishop on the environment, the Rt Rev Nick Holtam. Protests have erupted across India this week after reports of a series of child rape cases. In January an 8-year-old Muslim girl was brutally tortured and killed in Kashmir. Rahul Tandon reports on the claims by some that this shows Muslims and low caste Hindus are not safe in the country. Producers: David Cook Carmel Lonergan Series Producer: Amanda Hancox.