International Community Needs To Invest More In Development, Equality, U.K.’s Greening Says

The Guardian: Justine Greening: The days of ignoring poverty because it’s far away are over
“The Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the Mediterranean migrant crisis, and the enduring terror threat have shown prosperous countries that ‘the days of being able to simply ignore poverty around the other side of the world are over,’ according to the [U.K.] international development secretary, Justine Greening. Greening … said the international community needs to work harder to ‘level up’ the world by investing more in development, opportunity, and equality…” (Jones, 6/10).

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