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Towards a Wales free from poverty: emerging ideas

August 4th 2015

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation is working with the Bevan Foundation and others on a major programme to identify ‘what works’ to reduce poverty and to develop an anti-poverty strategy for Wales and other UK nations based on that evidence.

This report outlines the most effective approaches beginning to emerge .  The ideas are at an early stage and further work is needed to test  and turn them into costed, firm policy proposals.  . Nevertheless, there are some very promising approaches being identified, which could make a useful contribution to the debate about how best to reduce poverty. We are sharing them with a wider audience at this stage to encourage discussion and debate.

Format: PDF

Pages: 12

Language: English

Price: Free



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