Inequality and poverty

  • May 30, 2018

    Who is poor?

    Who is poor? How can policymakers identify households that are poor? This pair of questions, intersecting yet separate, have plagued academics, policymakers and civil society members around the world.

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We aim to #empower young people to become proactive #citizens. The Project A-id x Sdgs gave students the toolkit to detect bad practices and share their vision on #sustainable #development

Despite the many #development challenges ahead, @sapinker reminds us of the progress already made. #SDGs

Last week, a unique combination of students, scholars and policy makers gathered to discuss the #SDGs, during the Project A-id x SDGs. Hereby a video impression of this project https://t.co/VjjenTg7jI

ETHOS developed by @FEANTSA distinguishes degrees of housing exclusion. Great example of how non-profits dealing with #social #exclusion play a role in providing welfare assistance solutions & increasing understanding of the homelessness phenomenon. https://t.co/sv9RumPRNN

Gambia is a small state of just over two million people. But it is worth international attention and support because of the potential power of its example in a democratic transition, writes Michelle D. Gavin: https://t.co/hfYtWSoby5

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