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based Trade Justice Movement in 2005, the painting 6 co-created with artist Stanley Donwood 6 is a little over 10 feet long.
The trade justice movement in the United Kingdom offers a sign of hope.
The event is organised by the Trade Justice Movement - a coalition of aid and development groups, Fairtrade organisations, and other bodies.
I congratulate the Trade Justice Movement for successfully focusing attention on the scandal of Western protectionism is the advance of the World Trade Organisation talks this December," said Mrs Spelman.
The Wake Up to Trade Justice event in London was organised by the Trade Justice Movement as part of last week's Global Week of Action.
Christian Aid is a founder member of the Trade Justice Movement, a coalition fighting for fundamental change to the unjust rules and institutions governing international trade.
Mr Smith was just one of hundreds of MPs to be lobbied by the Trade Justice Movement this week.
Supporters of the Trade Justice Movement lobbied more than 500 MPs around the country demanding that they urge ministers to put poor countries and the environment at the centre of fairer conditions.