Policies or politics for the poorest?

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by Michael Edwards, Demos.

It’s day two of the Manchester conference, and yes, it is still grey and rainy, the natural camouflage of this city that it wears to disguise its charms. The focus has turned to how poverty can be reduced, especially what the academics call “chronic” poverty which affects at least half-a-billion of the world’s poorest people on an “enduring and persistent basis…. Read more at the Open Democracy website blog

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