Tackling poverty, shame and social exclusion:
A study in seven countries

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People and families who are poor or experiencing hard
times
often speak of the sense of shame they feel when
officials and
other people treat them without respect:

 
What does it mean to be poor or to suffer financial hardship?
 
   
How does it feel to be living in poverty or on a low income?
 

How is the experience of poverty shaped by society?  

 
Is shame an inevitable consequence of financial hardship?
 
 
How do policies affect what it is like to be poor?   

 

 
 

 

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The global meeting of the project shall be held in Uganda during the second week of November. The research teams from all seven countries shall meet for a week to share individual findings from the policy analysis undertaken during the last six months. 
                                                           
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