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Jun 28, 2010

Canada blocks action on poverty at G20 Summit

Global Call to Action Against Poverty and Make Poverty History
G20 must not use the weekend's violence as an excuse to ignore the world's poor, says two anti-poverty NGOs issuing joint response to the G20 Communique.
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Jun 27, 2010

At the Table: Musings from inside the G20 Summit

Morgan Gabereau
A snapshot of day one of the Toronto G20 Summit -- a frustrating search for answers as political leaders inside the summit attack promises previously made with riot-police-like efficiency.
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Jun 26, 2010
L to R:  Simekinala Kaluzi, GCAP Malawi, Eshetu Bekele, GCAP Ethiopia, Kumi Naidoo, GCAP co-chair; International Executive Director, Greenpeace, Sonia  Kwami, GCAP Africa Project, Ghana, Dennis Howlett, Make Poverty History. Photo: Jennifer Henderson.

Continental aside: No room for Africa at the G20 Table

Jennifer Henderson
Poverty activists from Africa describe how the promises of the G20 are failing their continent, including the much vaunted Maternal Health Plan of Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
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Jun 24, 2010
Massey Hall, the scene for Shout Out for Global Justice! on June 25. Photo: Carleen Pickard/Council of Canadians

Time to scrap the summits, build alternatives

Maude Barlow
The Council for Canadians brings together world leaders in social justice and the environment for Shout Out for Global Justice! Join us at Massey Hall Friday or watch exclusive livestream on rabble.
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Jun 24, 2010
Massey Hall, the scene for Shout Out for Global Justice! on June 25. Photo: Carleen Pickard/Council of Canadians

Time to scrap the summits, build alternatives

Maude Barlow
The Council for Canadians brings together world leaders in social justice and the environment for Shout Out for Global Justice! Join us at Massey Hall Friday or watch exclusive livestream on rabble.
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Jun 17, 2010

Speak the F**k up! -- Antonia Zerbisias

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This Magazine & rabble.ca co-host a panel discussion on the G8/G20’s agenda on global maternal health. Journalist Antonia Zerbisias reflects on Prime Minister Harper's attack on women and feminism.

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