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Upfront: Fighting for justice- the next 5 years

September 2015

We have published a dymanic strategy to help us rise to the challenges in the fight for justice over the next 5 years. It is a statement of our vision for a world free from poverty and oppression, a declaration of our values and a record of the amazing victories we have secured with our partners in the struggle for socail justice around the world. This edition of Upfront looks at the highlights of our strategy and our work. 

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