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The Role of the State in Poverty Alleviation II

The Role of the State in Poverty Alleviation II

The workshop focused on: -Poverty and democratisation: Popular participation and changes in the performance of the state in poverty reduction -Poverty and the public agenda: The poverty issue in the political and macro-economic arena and in the policy formulation process -The role of the state in defining poverty and shaping social attitudes -Civil servants and professionals:

18-22 September 1998 | Cape Town, South Africa

The workshop focused on:
-Poverty and democratisation: Popular participation and changes in the performance of the state in poverty reduction
-Poverty and the public agenda: The poverty issue in the political and macro-economic arena and in the policy formulation process
-The role of the state in defining poverty and shaping social attitudes
-Civil servants and professionals: Their functions and roles in poverty reducing programs
-The role of the state in relation to international agencies, incl. the UN family and their role in poverty reduction
-The role of local government and NGO’s in poverty reduction
-Policy profiles and ideologies: Universal security nets versus target-group orientation, inconsistent policies etc.

27.01.2016
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