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The Role of the State in Poverty Alleviation III

The Role of the State in Poverty Alleviation III

The workshop focused on poverty and democratisation, poverty and the public agenda.

7-9 November 1999 | Amman, Jordan

The workshop focused on poverty and democratisation, poverty and the public agenda. Emphasis was given to the role of the state in defining poverty and shaping social attitudes, as well as to international agencies and their impact on poverty reduction, the role of local government and NGOs in poverty reduction and the functions and roles of civil servants and professionals in poverty reducing programmes.
 

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