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While we seek to make poverty history, the threat of dangerous climate change threatens to make poverty the future.
Dr Dave Golding, development co-ordinator of the North East Make Poverty History campaign, said: "It was our region which came up with the idea of getting 1% of the world's population to stand up for poverty.
The former South African President said Make Poverty History campaigners had made "a great start".
The final plank of the Make Poverty History campaign was more and better aid.
THE world is a better place in 2006 - because of what you made happen in 2005This time last year, the Sunday Mail invited me to write about the the Make Poverty History campaign.
Young people and old have stood together from the sold-out gig in Holmfirth to the Edinburgh Make Poverty History rally.
Climbers from various groups wrapped the peak in a white band, the symbol of the Make Poverty History Campaign.
Nick has committed his party to a series of welcome aspirations to make poverty history.
DR DAVID GOLDING, Honorary Chaplain, University of Newcastle and Development Co-ordinator, Make Poverty History NE, Newcastle
But as the Prime Minister himself conceded: 'We do not, simply by this communique, make poverty history.
NEARLY a quarter of a million people have signed the Make Poverty History petition to pressurise the G8 to end the scandal of 30,000 children dying needlessly every day in Africa.