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Scottish Anti Poverty Review, No. 22, Autumn 2016

Posted: 07/10/2016

Scottish Anti Poverty Review, No. 22, Autumn 2016

European Focus

Months after the European referendum result it is still unclear what the real impact of the decision to leave the EU will be. In this edition we have asked a range of contributors to reflect on what Brexit may mean for our approach to tackling poverty:

  • Poverty and Ethnicity: Rebecca Marek, Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights
  • The effect of brexit on poverty: Professor John McKendrick
  • Young People and Participation: What can Scotland learn from Europe, Liam Beattie, HIV Scotland
  • Tackling Poverty and Inequality with Unconditional Money- Notes on the Finnish basic income experiment: Perri Honkanen & Ville-Veikko Pulka, Finnish Social Insurance Institution Kela
  • Poverty, Solidarity and Europe: Peter Kelly, Poverty Alliance

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