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Government anti-poverty strategies in Australia

Engels, B and Dufty, G 2006, 'Government anti-poverty strategies in Australia' in K. Serr (ed.) Thinking about Poverty, Federation Press, Annandale, Australia, pp. 155-169.

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Title Government anti-poverty strategies in Australia
Author(s) Engels, B
Dufty, G
Year 2006
Title of book Thinking about Poverty
Publisher Federation Press
Place of publication Annandale, Australia
Editor(s) K. Serr
Start page 155
End page 169
Subjects Urban Analysis and Development
Summary This chapter therefore provides an overview of what the three levels of government - federal, state, and local - are doing to counteract poverty in a number of key areas. The chapter focuses on the government sector because governments direct substantial public resources into programs to help reduce pverty. This choice of focus should not suggest that the non-government sector is inconsequential, as it too makes an important contribution to reducing poverty. However, it is beyond the scope of this chapter to examine the many initiatives undertaken by the non-government sector.
Copyright notice © 2006 The Federation Press
Keyword(s) poverty
government
anti-poverty
strategies
ISBN 9781862876262
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