IDS at the Brighton Festival Fringe 'The Credit Crunch and Global Poverty'
Jubilee Library, Jubilee Street, Brighton BN1 1GE
- Neil McCulloch, Research Fellow in the Globalisation team
- Naomi Hossain, Research Fellow in the Participation team
- Andy Sumner, Research Fellow in the Vulnerability and Poverty Reduction team
- Chair: James Deane, BBC World Service Trust
We know it’s bad for the stock markets - but how will the recession affect poor people around the world? Join our discussion of what the crisis means for development.
Tickets cost £2 and are available from the Dome box office, the Fringe website or on the door.
For further information please contact Charlie Matthews: firstname.lastname@example.org
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