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A snapshot of the indebted world as a map of power. Debt today is too often the power to oppress and exploit. But, debt is also a source of collective power of debtors everywhere, and for governments to invest in their people.
A comprehensive set of principles that define our vision of debt justice for the workers and peoples of the world.
An expansive policy agenda to deliver on the principles of debt justice set out in the previous section.
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