President joins signatories to G8 letter

IARF President Most Rev. Mitsuo Miyake and Council member Rev. Takeshi Nishida were among 80 religious leaders signatory to a letter to the Financial Times urging G8 countries to follow the UK in meeting existing commitments to spend 0.7% of national income on aid.

Original FT article requires subscription to view, but this story is reported on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s site
Their names appear in the list of signatories below the article (Pres. Miyake #74, Rev. Nishida #77).




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