We are delighted to share the series of Pathways’ Perspectives – providing an opportunity to debate key issues on social policy in international development.

Social Safety Net ≠ Safety Net: Pathways’ Perspective #3

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Stephen Kidd provides a follow-up to Pathways’ Perspective #1 – Nick Freeland’s reaction to the misuse of the term “social safety net” and the consequences of this.

Perspective #3 argues that the majority of “social safety nets” do not, in fact, fulfil the minimum criteria of a “safety net:” in effect, they are not available ...

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Child Poverty in OECD Countries: Lessons for Developing Countries: Pathways’ Perspectives #2

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‘Child Poverty in OECD Countries: Lessons for Developing Countries’ by Stephen Kidd is a think piece examining how developed countries have tackled child poverty and what this might mean for developing countries.

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While Development Pathways may not necessarily agree with the views of the authors, we believe it is important to give people space to express their opinions.

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Safety Net ≠ Social Assistance: Pathways’ Perspective #1 –

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The first in the series – ‘Safety Net ≠ Social Assistance’ – is a reaction by Nicholas Freeland to what he perceives is a misuse of the term ‘social safety net’.

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While Development Pathways may not necessarily agree with the views of the authors, we believe it is important to give people space to express their opinions.

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