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High hopes and small concessions. Can ‘Make Poverty History’ really make poverty history?

by Susanna Mitchell

28 June 2005

Over 400 organisations are now working together on the Make Poverty History (MPH) campaign, the UK component of GCAAP, the Global Call to Action Against Poverty. This international coalition of faith groups, charities, NGOs and trades unions have united to demand concrete measures to tackle global poverty ‘once and for all’, as they put it, in 2005. Specifically, they are calling upon the world’s richest nations to deliver trade justice, debt cancellation, more and better aid, and transparent and accountable poverty reduction policies. (...)

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