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Trade Justice (Christian Aid)

by Christian Aid

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0715140477, Paperback)

How can the Church respond to unprecedented levels of inequality and poverty in the world today? This book by Christian Aid, was commissioned by the Church of England's Mission and Public Affairs Council, and offers an important contribution to the debate on trade justice issues. Explaining clearly how the current international trading system is a significant factor in the continuation of global poverty, this book outlines what changes need to be made and how Christians can be at the forefront of the campaign to bring such changes about. It includes ideas for action at every level within the Church.

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