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Using any of the numbers below, pose a question to a world leader attending the G20 summit. Moblog has created this facility with our partners at Oxfam, G20Voice and Spinvox. G20Voice and the 50 bloggers attending the event will ask your questions of world leaders there, you just need to call:

Canada:+15199629984
France:+33177682327
Germany: +4921123702865
Italy:+390662207397
Spain:+34951247227
UK:+441613696823
USA:+18314989119
Mexico:+525585256238
ARGENTINA:+541150773167
Brazil:+552140639557
CHILE:+5626563916

and you will be heard. Your message will be converted to text and along with the audio posted directly to the web for everyone to hear at http://moblog.net/voice and will also appear on the official G20Voice website

At the G20 Summit in London on April 2, 2009, bloggers from countries around the world will be there to make sure that the debate and commitments to end poverty and achieve a safe and fair climate change deal, are not forgotten during the current economic crisis, which is dominate talks at the summit.

Ask a world leader a question at the G20 Summit

If you are accessing the site on a mobile device simply visit http://m.moblog.net/voice.

You may also nominate anyone who you think has a voice that needs to be heard, anywhere in the world. G20Voice will fly them here to London to be one of 50 G20Voice bloggers with press accreditation at the summit.

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Twittering the march.

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28th Mar 2009, 12:58   comments (0)

Hi aunty the poor people first. Rally's(?) and C2

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"Hi aunty the poor people first. Rally's(?) and C25 and reporting to the rally and I'm here talking to one of the amazing people who have turned up today. Why did you turned up to the rally? I'm here because ordinary people are suffering heartless(?) in this crisis and they've got absolutely nothing to do with having created it. There's been an awful lot of anger but this is a really peaceful protest which is which is basically just about people saying no come on the talks that are happening next week. I've got people at the heart of them cos otherwise their gonna be a waste of time. More later. Bye."
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28th Mar 2009, 12:57   comments (0)

I am ___ Ashton(?) Road. I come from Uganda origi

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"I am ___ Ashton(?) Road. I come from Uganda originally from Sudan, and I am marching because I would like to give a point to our world leaders to consider the issue of poverty, global poverty, which is affecting a lot of people. And we need equality to be addressed and that's why I have come to march and to show that people out there, their in need and the policies that are going to be discussed in the D20(?) ___ should consider people ___ and consider poverty as a very threatening issue in globally. And especially in the developing countries. Thank you very much, bye."
- spoken through SpinVox
28th Mar 2009, 12:44   comments (0)

Hi, My name is Andrea. I'm marching with my daugh

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"Hi, My name is Andrea. I'm marching with my daughter Taylor. We're marching for the rights of the people. We're sick of the banks taking the money. We're sick of us losing our jobs. We're fighting for our rights. We're fighting for survival."
- spoken through SpinVox
28th Mar 2009, 12:44   comments (0)

Rally passing by embankment.

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28th Mar 2009, 12:19   comments (1)

Adam Askew tells us about the Put People first rally

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Adam Askew from Oxfam tells G20Voice why he is excited about the Put People first Rally on March 28th, before the G20 Summit.

Per quale motivo gli Stati Uniti non se ne vanno

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"Per quale motivo gli Stati Uniti non se ne vanno dall'Irak, l'Afganistan, e i Balcani? Ciao, Paolo."
- spoken through SpinVox
24th Mar 2009, 15:17   comments (0)

I would like to know which really practical and clear actions

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"I would like to know which really practical and clear actions are world leaders going to take in order to make the private investors who have lost so much, thus once again the Financial and Banking Institution. Thank you."
- spoken through SpinVox
19th Mar 2009, 13:47   comments (0)