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"The End of Poverty?" film in London February 28.

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  • Wyn Achenbaum
    http://www.tippingpointfilmfund.com/news/screening-of-the-end-of-poverty-narrated-by-martin-sheen-28th-february/ Monday February 28, 8pm at the Lexi Cinema.
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      Monday February 28, 8pm at the Lexi Cinema. ...

      It would be nice if the discussants had a chance to look at
      http://povertythinkagain.com/ and
      http://whyglobalpoverty.com/

      Post Film discussion and Q&A with John Hilary and Andrew Simms.

      John Hilary is Executive Director of the campaigning anti-poverty organisation War on Want. John has 20 years experience in the international development and human rights sector. He has published widely on issues of international politics and globalisation, trade and investment, privatisation, conflict, aid conditionality, Palestine and Iraq.

      Andrew Simms is an author, broadcaster and nef (New Economics Foundation) fellow, where he founded the climate change, energy and interdependence programmes. Andrew was a founding organiser of Jubilee 2000 debt campaign and sits on various boards including Greenpeace UK.

      Tickets: Tickets cost £5 and can be purchased through The Lexi Cinema website or by calling the box office on 0871 704 2069 (£1 Booking Fee).

      Tickets are free to TPFF regular givers and annual donors of more than £60.

      Getting there

      The Lexi Cinema is located at 194 Chamberlayne Road, Kensal Rise, NW10 3JU. It is around 7 minutes walk from Kensal Rise over-ground station and a good bus service runs from central London. The 52 (from Victoria) and the 6 (from Oxford Circus) stop directly outside the cinema. To map your route by public transport click here, and for a streetmap click here.





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