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Justine Greening MP welcomes The Syria Conference

Justine Greening MP has praised the forthcoming Syria Conference saying, “The Syria Conference will be an historic moment for world leaders to make a real and lasting difference to the lives of millions of children affected by the Syria crisis.” It is believed that 700, 000 children, half of the 1.4 million children, who are living in refugee camps are not receiving an education. 291 more words

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Unlocking the Other Half

The first ever high-level panel on women’s economic empowerment, announced by the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in Davos, will come up with a plan of action later this year, to tap unuitlised economic potential of half the world’s population. 64 more words

Members of the Cabinet - Rt Hon Justine Greening MP - Profile

Justine Greening is the incumbent Member of Parliament for the Putney constituency, a seat she has held since 2005.  In addition to that role, she has been the Secretary of State for International Development since September 2012. 221 more words

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Freedom Of Information Request: FGM Arrests in South London

This autumn, even as the Society of Editors launched a “Hands off FOI” campaign to protect Freedom of Information, I sent off my first ever Freedom of Information request to the Metropolitan Police. 103 more words

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Is Andrew Marr past his sell-by date?

Who in their right mind turns on the television at 9 a.m. on a Sunday morning? About 2 million people, apparently. That is said to be the average audience for the BBC’s flagship current affairs/interview programme, the… 360 more words

Pay fair share to tackle issues creating refugees

Neal is a member of the Grandmothers Advocacy Network (GRAN). She lives in Saskatoon.

The news lately has been full of the desperate journeys of migrants and refugees fleeing war, violence and poverty. 594 more words

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War Child & Children Affected by Conflict

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You’re a young boy or girl, of around twelve years of age. You’re going about your daily business: school, home and family. 683 more words