Monthly Archives: May 2013

Confronting the G8: events and actions

As promised, here is a collection of events and actions planned around the G8 summit in Fermanagh and the earlier hunger summit in London; make sure you come to the 8 June morning action to open the week; click on … Continue reading

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Time to tell the truth about aid?

The UK public is being sold a story about aid that is entirely misleading and highly immoral – and charities, politicians and journalists are all complicit in peddling the tale.  (And yes, I’m guilty.) As David Cameron appears to have … Continue reading

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What are we here for?

Larry Elliott’s piece in Monday’s Guardian highlighted the failure of the IF campaign to challenge the British government on the key issues of poverty, inequality or development, and posed the same existential question as Sunit in his post on this site … Continue reading

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