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November 21st, 2006

The Development Bank of Brazil hosted the IPS Support Group meeting, which this year focused on “The new dimension of South-South and South-North communications”.

Keynote speakers and panelists including senior representatives of the governments of Brazil, South Africa and India, the G77, UN Under Secretary General Anwarul Chowdhury, Kumi Naidoo of CIVICUS, Jan Bouke of Oxfam Novib, and prominent Brazilian civil society and media actors, provoked a lively debate. Professor Tony Giffard presented his annual analysis, focused on IPS clippings and Internet pick-up.

For further information, see:

MEDIA: South-South Communications Lag Behind Trade Flows
http://ipsnews.net/news.asp?idnews=35573

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