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The Ecumenical Panel on a New International Financial and Economic Architecture has concluded its second meeting in Switzerland.
An ecumenical delegation has delivered a statement on ethical principles for a new global economic system to Bolivian government officials.
The 'Sao Paulo Statement: International Financial Transformation for the Economy of Life' has been prepared by a variety of ecumenical organisations.
There is an urgent need to move away from the dollar as the world's reserve currency in light of global financial meltdown, says the 2012 Global Ethics Forum.
The Green Party has pledged 'full support' to protesters taking to the streets in London, New York, Sydney, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Athens, Berlin and Rome.
The Green Party has questioned the viability and legitimacy of a world financial system that is being held to ransom by a few people in a single country.
A United Nations’ chief policy officer has told a United Church of Christ organisation that the way malaria has been tackled may model responses to the global economic crisis.
The global financial system is in crisis, and a strong global agreement to tackle dangerous climate change is urgently needed at Copenhagen later this year, say church-related ethical investors.
How economies will fare after the current financial seism has passed, says Manoj Kurian, will depend very much on how governments and civil society are able to care for the welfare and health of their people during the crisis.
The global economic crisis offers an opportunity to create a more just financial system, a representative of the World Council of Churches has said during the World Social Forum in Brazil.
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