DID YOU MISS? The support for universalism in an @LSEnews @IMFNews workshop "felt significant, indeed a progressive moment..." Catch up on what happened by clicking here: https://t.co/x99DCh7f0M … #socialprotection #welfare
The evidence from our event with @LCRCUCL @ICED_LSHTM & @HelpAge was clear: persons with disabilities face large and growing disparities worldwide, and it doesn't have to be this way. The presentations and recording are now available: https://t.co/DsaOt6WGKJ #DisabilityRights
@MatthewGreensl2 makes compelling arguments for 'citizen-based approach' for #SP on the latest blog by @DevPathways as he reminisces his student days @LSE_London during the 2 day @IMFNews/@LSE_London event. More here: https://t.co/oQWx4YZAEA
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