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G20 summit – How to put children on world leaders’ agenda

It’s not just big business that needs help in these hard times. Children from Kroo Bay, a slum in Freetown, Sierra Leone, have told us of the impact of rising food prices in their community. And mother’s like Sunkari are losing the struggle to save their children from preventable diseases for lack of money.

Saving children’s lives is affordable. The Prime Minister must use his influence to persuade G20 leaders to honour the promises they’ve made to the poorest countries. This will be key to an economic recovery that benefits rich and poor countries alike.

You can get involved online now

Help put children on world leaders’ agenda – Watch this clip www.savethechildren.org.uk/g20
 and add your name to our petition at www.savethechildren.org.uk

G20Voice:

50 of the world’s most interesting and influential bloggers will be your eyes and ears at the G20 Summit in London, April 2. They come from 22 different countries, and between them represent a global audience of over 14 million readers and online participants. They are journalists who use blogging as their medium to disseminate their views. Some are ‘professional bloggers’, others are ordinary citizens who have become well known through their blogs.

Meet the G20Voice bloggers: http://www.whitebandaction.org/g20voice/about

G20Voice is now Livestreaming and blogging http://www.g20voice.org

Blogs:

Fifty bloggers (and an Aussie) http://tinyurl.com/d9zqm9

What price a life? Save the Children’s Ben Hewitt blogs ‘The journey home became a microcosm of our campaign.. http://tinyurl.com/c3lxfe

Save the Children’s Adrian Lovett is blogging today from G20Voice and throughout the G20 summit http://www.savethechildren.org.uk/blogs/adrian 

Twitter:

Follow @adrianlovett Save the Children’s eyes, ears and voice at G20 summit.

In pictures:

Save the Children warns G20 of global food crisis http://tinyurl.com/dl4n6u

Save the Children’s Madhuri talks about the impact of the economic downturn on children in South and Central Asia http://tinyurl.com/ccp6zo

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