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Which countries generate the most Nuclear Power and what exactly is the consequence? With renewable energy readily available, why risk another Chernobyl or Fukushima? Check out this: Nuclear Weapons: A Visual Timeline #nuclear #humanrights #ethical www.lovesweetfreedom.co.uk

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In numbers, the uncomfortable truth of the life of an African child. #humanrights '#savethechildren #ethical www.lovesweetfreedom.co.uk

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There are more trade restrictions on bananas than on weapons - that's bananas! #amnesty #ArmsTradeTreaty #humanrights #ethical www.lovesweetfreedom.co.uk

Now is the time for an Arms Trade Treaty

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Great video! Governance and Corruption Film by Tearfund highlighting the seriousness of one of the key reasons why people who rely and need help & aid do not get access to it. Please share!

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The Global Carbon Footprint footprint!

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Where are the hungry people? by Oxfam International, via Flickr

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This shows some real insight into where many objections to foreign aid comes from and actually, you can understand the thinking. Where aid goes to and what it achieves should be far more publicised for people to be proud of! Great video!

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Aid will ensure better nutrition for 9.6 million people!

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Nasa scientist: climate change is a moral issue on a par with slavery

The amazing Prof Jim Hansen continues his campaign for the "great moral issue of climate change" to be dealt with the for the sake of future generations. Such a profoundly important issue that we must be conscious of and act on with our grandchildren in mind! http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2012/apr/06/nasa-scientist-climate-change

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Nepali slaves in the Middle East - video. Pete Pattison investigates the trafficking of people escaping poverty and conflict in Nepal. Unscrupulous agents take huge sums of money from them for work abroad then consign them to slavery and appalling conditions in the Middle East. Many are abused by their employers and some are killed at the hands of agents. The picture of sorrow and suffering. And this exploitation happens ALL over, every day. Harrowing. Watch the video: http://bit.ly/ghXzXD

Nepali slaves in the Middle East - video

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