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Young people worldwide on the G20

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Schools around the world are working with BBC World Class to share their opinions on the credit crunch in the build-up to the G20 London Summit.

Young people from Freetown Secondary School for Girls and St Edward's Secondary School for Boys in Freetown, Sierra Leone have been discussing how they are affected by the global financial crisis and what they would like the G20 London Summit to achieve.

Both schools are working with Plan International to twin with schools in the UK.

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