Anti-poverty advocates frustrated by General Assembly meeting results

06/29/2009 | AlertNet

Global anti-poverty groups have jointly expressed disappointment in the outcome of a three-day United Nations General Assembly meeting on the world's economic situation that fails to promote greater UN involvement in international financial policymaking. "In no way do the results of the conference measure up to the actions needed to address the scale and depth of the economic meltdown, most evident in the jobs crisis, particularly in developing countries," a statement from the Global Social Economy Group said.

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