One World Group of Broadcasters
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1988 Hamburg Germany FR
1988, Hamburg (Germany FR), originally to put together European media initiative 'One World Week', May 1990. Ceased to exist.
Promote understanding that we are part of one world such that decisions in one part have direct consequences elsewhere; promote solidarity between developed and developing countries, rich and poor countries, ensuring that the voice of the South is heard in the North; inspire individuals to take positive action to help solve global problems; create awareness through co-producing programmes on global topics of environment, development and world peace, making clear that development and environment are two sides of the same coin and that sustainable development is the key to common survival.
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