In this final program of the series, Life revisits some of the stories covered in earlier episodes -- from child poverty to health to social exclusion -- and questions just how strong the international community's commitment is to link social development with economic development and human rights. With contributions from some of the key anchor interviewees that have appeared in earlier programs, including James Wolfensohn, then President of the World Bank, academics Susan George, Lester Thurow and Noam Chomsky, writer Naomi Klein and Nobel Prize winner Amartya Sen.
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