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The musician and philanthropist challenges young people to affect change or risk repeating the mistakes of the past.
The gathering, held this year in South Africa, aims at connecting and inspiring young leaders around the world.
Global inequality is growing in part because of the neoliberal economic policies imposed on developing countries.
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The musician known for putting his money where his often explicit mouth is.
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Get to know the people you've seen and heard of more intimately, with One on One, presented by Riz Khan.
Heads of the world's most powerful countries backed a $50 billion increase in annual development aid on Friday, including $25 billion for Africa, by 2010.
More than a million people gathered in cities across the world for Live 8, the biggest music concert ever held to pressure rich nations to do more for the poor.
The artists, playing for free, are heeding Bob Geldof's call to urge world leaders to double aid, cancel debt and rework unfair trade laws to lift African nations out of poverty.
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