We frequently post blogs on issues of importance to chronic poverty, written both by the CPAN team and a range of external contributors. If you would like to contribute a blog to our website, please contact us.
In this video, CPAN authors of the CPR4 report, Andrew Shephard and Vidya Diwakar examine the issues surrounding the report’s themes of economic growth and poverty reduction among the poorest groups.
A blog in observance of 17 October 2019
This blog explores the link between economic and social inclusion in Malawi and Niger
Climate change and eradicating poverty are two intertwined issues and there is the need for more discussion about poverty when climate change is being discussed.
This high-level side event at the 2019 UN High Level Political Forum (HLPF) discusses the concept of ‘growth from below’ and its policy implications for sustained poverty reduction in the context of the 2030 Agenda.
How can we support sustained escapes from poverty in the rural areas? Kate Bird reports on her presentation at the UNDESA Expert Group Meeting on Eradicating Rural Poverty to Implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (27 February – 1 March, Addis Ababa).
Land continues to be a foundation for sustained escapes from poverty. This blog post examines the finding from the 11 case studies on sustained poverty escapes.
This blog discusses ill health as a shock or stressor for transitory poverty escapes and its policy implications.
Providing equality of opportunity for women and men requires a commitment to equality and empowerment for all women, regardless of their other social group memberships like class, ethnic/racial group or caste. As empowerment improves intergenerational wellbeing and contributes to escapes from poverty that are sustained over time, it is also critical for poverty eradication.
Poverty reduction is more effective if governments identify major risks preventing sustained escapes from poverty.