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35,000 people marched through London on Saturday, March 28 under the banner "Put People First – March for Jobs, Justice and Climate"

35,000 people marched through London on Saturday, March 28 under the banner "Put People First – March for Jobs, Justice and Climate"

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Put People First March & Rally: Photogallery Presentation Transcript

  • 1. On 28 March, 35,000 people marched to call for jobs, justice and climate ahead of the G20 meeting in London
  • 2. Campaigners and speakers gather before the Put People First service
  • 3. Bishop John Rawsthorne, chair of CAFOD, blesses the congregation before they set off to march
  • 4. “ Here are thousands of people on a peaceful march, showing solidarity, not anger. “ My message to the G20 is – take action on climate change” Mike Willcox, Southampton
  • 5. “ Sometimes you feel like you can’t do anything, but this march puts huge numbers of people on the streets, we’re a visible presence” Mary McCartney, Lewisham
  • 6. Time to create a climate for justice
  • 7. Sophea Lay and Sarin Khim - our partners from Cambodia – at the front of the march to Put People First
  • 8. Campaigners call on Brown, Obama and all the G20 leaders to take action now
  • 9. “ The march was about countries such as Zambia, one of the hardest hit poor countries by the current economic crisis. “ Zambia has lost more than ten thousand jobs in the last three months alone, deepening the already serious problem of poverty.” Father Joe Komakoma, CAFOD partner in Zambia
  • 10. “ The poor have done the least to cause climate change and the economic crisis, but suffer the most. “ This is a situation of injustice that cannot be allowed to continue” Father Joe Komakoma, CAFOD partner in Zambia
  • 11. Continue the campaign for jobs, justice and climate Read our G20 blogs blog.cafod.org.uk/tag/G20 Join our Climate Justice campaign cafod.org.uk/climatejustice Photo credits: Adrian White