Simon Moss is a Co-Founder of Global Citizen, and is currently the Managing Director of Campaigns. He's another Australian living in New York, has been campaigning on global issues for more than a decade, and writes and speaks regularly on the role of global citizens in ending extreme poverty.
I believe that a billion people living in extreme poverty is unfair, unjust and unnecessary. I've spent the last decade of my life campaigning to change the systems that keep people poor by getting global citizens in countries like the US, UK, Australia and Canada to realise the role they need to play to see an end to extreme poverty by 2030.
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