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EXPOSED launches campaign to ‘shine a light’ on corruption

Written by Alice McCool on Sunday, 13 October 2013

A week of action highlighting a global fight against corruption will kick off today with a vigil outside St Paul’s Cathedral in London.


 

A week of action highlighting a global fight against corruption will kick off today with a vigil outside St Paul’s Cathedral in London. At 6pm on Monday 14th October campaigners will gather on the cathedral’s steps calling on people to join them and ‘shine a light on corruption’. As many as 2000 similar events are expected to be held this week. EXPOSED is a coalition of Christian organisations calling on governments, resources-resources-business and churches around the world to highlight the impact of corruption on the poor.

For more information and to find out how to get involved visit EXPOSED’s website or Twitter.

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Alice McCool

Alice formerly worked for Transparency International UK as our Campaigns Officer. You can tweet her via @McCoolingtons.

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