The seminar was jointly organized by Global Call to Action against Poverty (GCAP) Pakistan, Awaz Foundation Pakistan and Journalists for Democracy and Human Rights (JDHR).
What does GCAAP stand for?
GCAAP stands for Global Call to Action Against Poverty
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Kumi Naidoo of the Global Call To Action Against Poverty said the G20 nations had a duty to take action next week.
On the International Women's Day website, Ana Agostino, co-chair of Global Call to Action Against Poverty, said, "Women currently bear the burden of the financial crisis as they are among the last to be hired and first to be fired when employers feel the pinch, and then face increased domestic violence as incomes put the family under intense pressure.
Sylvia Borren, co-chair of Global Call to Action against Poverty, told Al Jazeera: "We feel it [the conference] has been all about renegotiating the language but it has not gone to the realities of the crisis.
Kumi Naidoo, chairman of the Global Call to Action Against Poverty in South Africa, claimed world leaders had done "too little, too late" in terms of tackling debt in real, life-changing terms.