Despite overall improvement in living standards, much of India’s population remains precariously close to living in poverty, Dharana Nepal writes.
India’s growth and inequality paradox
Creating a future without poverty
On this Democracy Sausage Extra during Anti-Poverty Week, Mark Kenny discusses creating a future without poverty with three of the world’s leading voices on poverty measurement, research, and eradication - former United Nations Special Rapporteur Philip Alston, Oxford University’s Sabina Alkire, and Crawford School’s Sharon Bessell.
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Podcast: Making the invisible, visible – COVID-19 and poverty
Podcast: Making the invisible, visible – poverty and disability
On the penultimate episode in our Policy Forum Pod bonus mini-series on poverty, Helen Suich and Angie Bexley join us to discuss what their research shows about the intersection of poverty and disability, and why policymakers must recognise that people with disability have rights, not just needs.
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Podcast: Making the invisible, visible – understanding poverty in Indonesia
In this episode in our special bonus series on poverty, Dr Angie Bexley joins us to discuss Indonesia’s recent progress on poverty reduction, and what the findings of the Individual Measure of Multidimensional Poverty reveal about deprivation in the country’s remote eastern provinces.
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