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G20Voice is a group of 50 bloggers inside the London Summit connecting world leaders with the rest of the world. G20Voice has been organised by a coalition of non-profit organisations – Oxfam GB, Comic Relief, and Save the Children – with the support of the Blue State Digital and the UK Government.

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PODCAST NUMBER 4: Labor calls out Obama on Green Jobs, we forget to check out Joan Jett at The Point (dammit!), lots of tear gas, lots of anarchists, and lots of belly laughs!

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Globaldashboard.org’s Alex Evans is a part of G20Voice.
Alex Evans is a non-resident fellow at the Center on International Cooperation (CIC) at New York University, where he runs CIC’s work on scarcity and security. His current areas of research are on the international implications of rising food prices (a joint project between CIC and Chatham House), and the changing nature of influence in 21st century diplomacy (with Demos). He co-edits www.GlobalDashboard.org, the global risk and foreign policy blog.

Globaldashboard.org’s Alex Evans is a part of G20Voice.

Alex Evans is a non-resident fellow at the Center on International Cooperation (CIC) at New York University, where he runs CIC’s work on scarcity and security. His current areas of research are on the international implications of rising food prices (a joint project between CIC and Chatham House), and the changing nature of influence in 21st century diplomacy (with Demos). He co-edits www.GlobalDashboard.org, the global risk and foreign policy blog.

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Rodrigo Alvares brings Brazil to the G20Voice
Rodrigo Alvares is 28 years old, born and raised in Porto Alegre (southern Brazil).
He created the political weblog A Nova Corja (The New Scum) five years ago to exercise new kinds of journalistic coverage while in college. A natural born reporter, he works to find out all about the corruption of brazilian politicians and tries to estimulate readers to take responsibility about it.

Rodrigo Alvares brings Brazil to the G20Voice

Rodrigo Alvares is 28 years old, born and raised in Porto Alegre (southern Brazil).

He created the political weblog A Nova Corja (The New Scum) five years ago to exercise new kinds of journalistic coverage while in college. A natural born reporter, he works to find out all about the corruption of brazilian politicians and tries to estimulate readers to take responsibility about it.

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Daniel Kaufmann covers governance and corruption for G20Voice
Daniel is a researcher and practitioner on governance and development, with experience in practical and analytical challenges of development.  With colleagues  Daniel, developed new survey methodologies and indicators to measure governance and corruption around the globe Visit his blog at thekaufmannpost.net

Daniel Kaufmann covers governance and corruption for G20Voice

Daniel is a researcher and practitioner on governance and development, with experience in practical and analytical challenges of development.

With colleagues Daniel, developed new survey methodologies and indicators to measure governance and corruption around the globe

Visit his blog at thekaufmannpost.net

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www.curvaspoliticas.com's Monsterrat Nicolas joins G20 Voice.
Born in the Southern Hemisphere but raised in Scandinavia, Montserrat Nicolas lives her consultant life in Washington DC with her kid and long-suffering mate.  After a short career at the cash register of a local supermarket, and a brief stint at a vet clinic, she studied archeology, some econs and ultimately history and IR.  Currently, she produces boring communications strategies and tries to spice up her analysis on hemispheric affairs.  She’s a columnist for LA NACION, and penned a book, which looks at the differences among poets, politicians and intellectuals at www.curvaspoliticas.com Her friends dread her cooking, but love her well-stocked bar.

www.curvaspoliticas.com's Monsterrat Nicolas joins G20 Voice.

Born in the Southern Hemisphere but raised in Scandinavia, Montserrat Nicolas lives her consultant life in Washington DC with her kid and long-suffering mate.

After a short career at the cash register of a local supermarket, and a brief stint at a vet clinic, she studied archeology, some econs and ultimately history and IR.

Currently, she produces boring communications strategies and tries to spice up her analysis on hemispheric affairs.

She’s a columnist for LA NACION, and penned a book, which looks at the differences among poets, politicians and intellectuals at www.curvaspoliticas.com

Her friends dread her cooking, but love her well-stocked bar.