A range of special events in February will kick off the Global Poverty Project around the UK. On February 24th the Project will officially be launched at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London with guests including Douglas Alexander and the Archbishop of York. Open to everyone, this very special event will see the presentation 1.4 Billion Reasons delivered to 1,000 people under the Dome of St Paul’s Cathedral.RESULTS UK has been working closely with the Global Poverty Project over the past few months as they have developed their presentation for a UK audience. RESULTS activists Carrie, Emily, Helen, Peter and Reg have even been interviewed about their experiences of doing advocacy work with MPs and the media and will be featuring in different versions of the presentation!
Click here to find out more about different public events taking place around the UK and to register for a place. For those who can’t make these events, don’t worry as we will also be featuring the presentation at our National Conference in March!
The Global Poverty Project exists to increase the number and effectiveness of people taking action to end extreme poverty. 1.4 Billion Reasons, is a simple yet ground-breaking presentation, that is travelling the world, inspiring and empowering audiences in its path. Based on leading research, the presentation clearly articulates the facts of extreme poverty and demonstrates that by making simple changes everyone can be a part of the solution.