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Citizens’ Observatory/Social Watch and the Commission of External Relations and National Defense of the Senate invite to the launch of the Citizens’ Observatory 2003 report, "População pobre versus mercado", wich will take place at the Federal Senate, Brasilia, on December 4, 9:30 am.

Author: 
Edmee Georgina Velásquez

Previous to the official launching of the Social Watch 2004 report in New York, authors of the report discussed its conclusions in Washington with advocacy NGOs involved in campaigning around trade and financial issues.

“Frustrating the hopes of peoples and nations all around the globe will certainly not help make the world a more secure place for our children” concludes the Social Watch report 2004, summarizing the findings of citizen coalitions in 50 countries, poor and rich, about what they see as main obstacles to human security.

Social Watch Report 2004 was launched in a press conference that was broadcasted through the Internet last April 26th.

The German edition of the 2004 Social Watch Report was launched at a press conference in Berlin on July 1, 2004.

The 2004 Social Watch report titled "Miedos y miserias. Obstáculos a la seguridad humana” was launched at the FSA on July 28. Salil Shetty, director of the United Nations Millennium Campaign, Roberto Bissio, coordinator of Social Watch, Karina Batthyány, Social Sciences Head Researcher, and Iara Pietricovsky, from INESC/Social Watch Brazil, were present at the event.

Author: 
A. Corbillón
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Gustavo Olmedo B.
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