sexta-feira, 21 de novembro de 2008

Conference Geneva

Windows Live Hotmail: "Linking the right to food, trade and investment -- seeking answers Geneva (ENI). Earthquakes, floods, rocketing food prices and bank failures are issues consuming the early part of the 21st century, and have led religious groups and civil society organizations, as well as high ranking United Nations and World Trade Organziation officials, to meet and discuss their impact in Geneva on 24 and 25 November. The Geneva-based Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance said on 21 November it was one of the organizers of the conference, which would focus on finding ways to conduct trade and investment that support the right of all people to food. The alliance is one of the increasing efforts by church or religious-backed organizations to engage with the inter-linked food, climate, trade and financial systems that are said to aid or stymie human development. [514 words, ENI-08-0939]"

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