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You're history : how people make the difference / edited by Michelle Brown and Richard Kelly ; introduction by Bob Geldof
Bib ID 3627280
Format BookBook
Description London : Continuum, 2005 
xxxix, 425 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0826488986
Full contents
  • A poet's response : De Rong radio / Benjamin Zephaniah
  • Foreword : from Live Aid to Live 8 / Bob Geldof
  • Preface : the UN Millennium Campaign / Salil Shetty
  • Introduction : history in the making / Michelle P. Brown
  • Making poverty history / Richard Curtis
  • The UN Declaration of Human Rights, printed with comments by Eleanor Roosevelt, Mary Robinson and Irene Khan
  • Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  • 'It's positively medieval' : challenging some preconceptions of history / Michelle P. Brown
  • Inequality : a modest proposal? / Richard J. Kelly
  • The other, man-made tsunami / John Pilger
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Responsibility.  |  Social justice.
Other authors/contributors Brown, Michelle (Michelle P.)  |  Kelly, Richard

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