- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
OneResetting the stage
TwoNew urban poverty and new welfare provision: China’s dibao system
ThreeThick poverty, thicker society and thin state: policy spaces for human dignity in India
FourSelf-sufficiency, social assistance and the shaming of poverty in South Korea
Five‘Not good enough’: social assistance and shaming in Norway
SixPakistan: a journey of poverty-induced shame
SevenSeparating the sheep from the goats: tackling poverty in Britain for over four centuries
Eight‘Food that cannot be eaten’: the shame of Uganda’s anti-poverty policies
NineShame and shaming in policy processes
TenTowards global principles for dignity-based anti-poverty policies
Global perspectives on anti-poverty policies
- The shame of it
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