Linking Finance to Human Rights: the video

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From Center of Concern, a video that fits well with our tax justice and human rights programme.

As they note:

“Only through financial reform can human rights be sustained. The Center of Concern provides this video for your use in classes, meetings, and other community organizing opportunities to educate viewers regarding the need for financial policy makers to be held accountable to those in marginalized situations and poverty. The brief video stimulates new ways of thinking about equality and social justice and its inextricable linkage to financial systems. The program recommends actions that each of us can and should take to address changes in local and global financial systems to promote and sustain equality and human dignity throughout society.”

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