MAKE POVERTY HISTORY 2005 Published in the New Statesman Magazine
MAKE POVERTY HISTORY RALLY EDINBURGH Protesters in high spirits as they get moving. Picture taken on July 2nd published in the New Statesman 11th July The biggest ever anti-poverty movement came together under the banner of MAKEPOVERTYHISTORY in 2005 calling for urgent action for more and better aid, debt cancellation and trade justice.
Millions of people wore white bands, 444,000 people emailed the Prime Minister about poverty and 225,000 took to the streets of Edinburgh for the Make Poverty History march and rally.
The campaign ensured that global poverty was placed higher on the national and global agenda than ever before.