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A report by War on Want reveals poor single mums work for 15 hours a day for £20 a month to ensure British lovers can buy flowers for under £5.
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New HMF Mailing List
Prior to launch on May 1, 2008 we have set up a mailing list for those interested in the Humanitarian Media Foundation (HMF) and its first initiatives, including the 2008 HMF International Film/Media Festival & Conference, a high-profile event which will include red-carpet film premieres, an international film festival, media conference, and art/photographic exhibition, which will take place December 10-14, 2008 at the Tribeca Film…Continue
With the 2008 presidential campaigns in full swing, many of you have expressed interest in learning what the candidates' views are on topics such as global poverty and health. To help answer those questions, One Vote 08, "an unprecedented, non-partisan campaign to make global health and extreme poverty foreign policy priorities in the 2008 presidential election," has set up a sight that allows individuals to compare some of the thoughts of these politicians on those very topics.
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The company has said that it aims to help promising technologies to achieve scale to help bring down the cost of alternative energy production. The action came about through realization that… Continue
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