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JDC / TJM Manchester

 A Coalition of Campaign Groups in Manchester

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10 years on from Birmingham G8

Only 25% of the debt has been cancelled

Another 36 countries need debt relief


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There is still time to stop free trade deals locking Africa, the Caribbean and Pacific countries into poverty.

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YOU can stop climate chaos 


Some time in the next few months MPs will vote to introduce the world’s first law to tackle a country’s role in causing climate change.

Find out more - SCC

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Previous events in Manchester

Vigil for a More Just World

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Over 50 campaigners held a candlelit vigil at 

St Ann's Church -Dec 13th 2007

Britain in the World

Manchester JDC/TJM held a public discussion on International Development with Hilary Benn, Hazel Blears and Phil Bloomer .  A report, summarizing the main conclusions of the meeting has been prepared to submit to the Labour party consultation.

Read the report and summary - BITW report


White Band Day III - November 10th 2006

Great Northern Square

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It opened with a samba band and a call for action for trade justice in developing countries and ended with a candle-lit vigil to remember a year of campaigning and the millions of people whose lives have been affected by poverty and natural disaster.


For a report and pictures see mass lobby

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Handing over the petition to Peter Mandelson



Wiping Out The Debt in Piccadilly Fountains!

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The world’s most impoverished countries are forced to pay over £30 million EVERY DAY to the rich world in debt repayments, while poverty kills millions of their people. 

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