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The Bottom 100 – World-first exhibition

Fund for Peace, a global not-for-profit dedicated to fighting poverty, is launching the Bottom 100, a world-first initiative set to draw attention to the world’s poorest, who are struggling at the other end of ‘Rich Lists’. A gallery of The Bottom 100 will be open to the public in Sydney’s Surry Hills from 20th June until 23rd June (6-8pm) and on the 24th June (10am – 4pm). Visitors can see the faces of those within The Bottom 100 and read more about their stories of struggle and survival. To see the faces and names behind The Bottom 100 and support the cause, visit http://bottomhundred.org/#

When:
20/06/2017
Where:
434 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills, NSW, 2010
How Much:
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