The Global Call to Action against Poverty (GCAP) is the world’s largest civil-society movement calling for an end to poverty and inequality. It has involved millions of people in mass protests and has had some significant successes in changing policies and promises on aid, trade, and development and in articulating the voices of poor and marginalised people. This paper examines the movement’s strategies and achievements, and looks at the challenges that remain.
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