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When we talk about poverty, we need to talk about justice
Posted on October 21, 2014 by lawrence serewicz
In the UK, governments have discussed poverty and anti-poverty strategies for many years. They set targets and talked about the economic and political programs to reduce poverty. When the targets are not met, the governments redefine the target or the … Continue reading →
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