Leaders of the G-20 nations will meet in London Thursday to try to forge a common response to the economic downturn. Protestors took to street during the weekend in the British capitol, calling to 'put people first.' What direction will the G20 take?
Speaking from the first Progressive Governance Conference this weekend in Chile, US Vice President Joe Biden asked protesters to give governments a chance to make "concrete proposals" at the G20 summit next week.
Tens of thousands of trade unionists, environmental campaigners and anti-globalisation activists launched protests in the streets of London, and in cities in France and Germany, ahead of a G20 summit that begins April 2 in London.