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Question: The 2005 activism around G-8, Will it lead to a "tipping point" which ends extreme global poverty? CPNN article: Our Generation Can End World Poverty
Posted: July 15 2005,07:50

Unfortunately, probably not. Perhaps the world does follow the lead of its celebrities in social causes as well as hairstyles, clothing and slang, but the majority of African leaders that I heard said "trade not aid", and there was little progress in that area. Also giving African musicians a chance to perform for such a wide, affluent audience would have helped these struggling musicians have their voices heard.

On a similar subject, I read that Tsunami relief is benefiting corporate fisheries rather than the displaced individual fishermen.
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