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  Largest mobilization on an issue-world record set by the anti-poverty mass action
  UNITED NATIONS -- More than 116 million people took part in public gatherings and demonstrations organized by anti-poverty activists in 131 countries across the world-setting the world record for the   Largest mobilization on an issue.
   Photo: Organizers said the mass action on Oct. 17-19, which drew nearly 2 percent of the world's population, sent a clear message to world leaders that people will not stay seated while promises to end poverty remain unfulfilled. / Photo Global Call to Action against Poverty (enlarge photo)

  "This is a wonderful statement of global determination and commitment to end the injustice of extreme poverty," said Desmond Tutu, archbishop of Cape Town, adding: "116 million people have stood together to say [that]. This message must be heard by leaders."

   The worldwide actions, billed as "Stand Up and Take Action," were jointly organized by two international groups, the Global Call to Action against Poverty (GCAP) and the UN Millennium Campaign.

   Thursday, October 23, 2008

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