• Poverty Reduction
      A human rights-based approach to poverty reduction links poverty reduction to questions of obligation, rather than welfare or charity. It compels us to look behind national averages and identify the most vulnerable people – and design strategies to help them. One of the most distinctive features of a human rights approach to poverty reduction is that it is explicitly based upon the norms and values set out in the international law of human rights.
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