Human rights and poverty reduction
Over the last ten to fifteen years economic and social rights have become part of development discourse and social policy debates in developed countries. One of the core objectives of a rights-based approach is to invert the power relationship between policy-makers, service providers and those with experience of poverty. This paper examines the extent to which the values which underpin a rights-based approach are consistent with the values of those such an approach is designed to help, arguing...[Show more]
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