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World Development Movement, Its Work & Purpose, 2/5/12 8pm, University Arms


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Liz Coates and Paul Stewart will talk about the World Development Movement (http://www.wdm.org.uk) and some of its successes since it began over forty years ago. Using examples and short videos they will show something of its activities both local and national. Those attending will be asked to help in evaluation of part of two of its campaigns. Particular emphasis will be given to the recent campaign 'Stop Betting on Hunger' - concerning Speculation on Food Prices.


"Speculation in basic foodstuffs is a scandal when there are a billion starving people in the world. We must ensure markets contribute to sustainable growth. I am fighting for a fairer world and I want Europe to take the lead on that."

Michel Barnier, European commissioner for the internal market.


The meeting will start at 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday 2nd May at the University Arms, 197 Brook Hill, Sheffield, S3 7HG


The University Arms is close to the tram, get off at the Sheffield University stop, and several buses pass nearby including the 51 & 52, stopping almost next to the pub, with the 95 & 123 a short walk away. Parking is available in the streets behind the pub.


You can see a map of the location with this link: http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=universityarms+sheffield


Organised by the Sheffield Humanist Society.

Everyone welcome.



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