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G20: The world’s longest red carpet?

Adrian Lovett and I are at the G20 Summit in Seoul – reminding leaders that the economic crisis is a crisis for the poorest children most of all, and urging a global recovery package rooted in investing in children’s potential. South Korea’s own development history, moving from aid recipient to aid donor, shows what is possible.

Here’s our latest video blog from the summit. Hope you enjoy.


More links:

For the latest on the G20 Summit, follow Save the Children at http://everyoneasia.ning.com/group/G20

Follow Ben and Adrian on twitter at http://twitter.com/atbenphillips and http://twitter.com/adrianlovett

Ben’s piece in the Guardian: Economic growth can help end poverty. But it is not enough

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