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Aid works – public meeting in Sutton 28 April

Sutton for Peace and Justice invite you to a public meeting :

Aid works –

why we should maintain the foreign aid budget

With Graham Gordon of CAFOD  and Tom Brake MP

Friday April 28th 2017, 7.30–9.00pm, doors open at 7.00.
at Sutton Quaker Meeting Hall, Cedar Road, Sutton, SM2 5DA.

There is no advance entry charge, donations will be taken on the night.
Please reserve your place by email to sutton4peace@yahoo.co.uk or by text message to 07740 594496.

Come and learn more about foreign aid spending and join the discussion.

Our informed speakers will provide evidence that foreign aid is a good thing with examples of how aid money can have a real impact on people’s lives, and will equip us with the arguments to dispel the myths and protect the 0.7% GDP currently spent on foreign aid.

Graham Gordon heads CAFOD’s Public Policy team dealing with international development, finance and environmental issues in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Graham worked for six years in Peru protecting the rights of indigenous groups and local communities, particularly around land, natural resources and political participation.

Tom Brake is MP for Carshalton & Wallington. Having been actively engaged in International Development issues for at least the last ten years, Tom is currently the Lib Dem Foreign Affairs, International Development and Defence Spokesperson.

You can download a flyer here.


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