‘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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About the Author
Stephen Kidd is a Senior Social Policy Specialist at Development Pathways and has worked on social protection for many years. He believes that we can learn many lessons from the history of social policy in developed countries and apply them to developing countries.
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