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Who we are - Shannon Lawrence Shannon Lawrence works with International Rivers Network as Lao Program Director and policy analyst. Before joining IRN, she spent five years in Washington tracking the World Bank for Environmental Defense.

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Who we are - Sameer Dossani Sameer Dossani is Director of 50 Years Is Enough: U.S. Network for Global Economic Justice in Washington, DC. He has been part of grassroots campaigns on global justice issues since 1994. Sameer has degrees in Philosophy, Religious Studies and Women's Studies and has studied in Canada and Australia. Prior to working with the 50 Years Is Enough Network, he was the director of the NGO Forum on the Asian Development Bank.

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David Steven ~ January 01, 2005

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Alex Wilks ~ January 01, 2005


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