chancellor calls in churches on global anti-poverty strategy - news from ekklesia

chancellor calls in churches on global anti-poverty strategy - news from ekklesia

By staff writers
26 Jan 2005

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Chancellor calls in churches on global anti-poverty strategy -26/01/05

British Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown has said that churches, faith groups and other participants in the Make Poverty History campaign of which Ekklesia is a member, can play a major role in securing the agreement of rich-world governments for a new style ëMarshall Aid Planí for developing countries.

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Chancellor calls in churches on global anti-poverty strategy -26/01/05

British Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown has said that churches, faith groups and other participants in the Make Poverty History campaign of which Ekklesia is a member, can play a major role in securing the agreement of rich-world governments for a new style ëMarshall Aid Planí for developing countries.

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