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Autor
Górniak Jarosław (Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland)
Tytuł
MDG and Laeken Indicators at Work for Poverty Policy in Poland and other Central and East European Countries
Źródło
Emergo. Journal of Transforming Economies and Societies, 2004, vol. 11, no. 2, s. 49-67, tab., bibliogr. 15 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Milenijne Cele Rozwoju, Zwalczanie ubóstwa, Przekształcenia ustrojowo-systemowe, Integracja gospodarcza Polski z UE
Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), Poverty reduction, Systemic transformation, Poland's economic integration with the EU
Firma/Organizacja
Organizacja Narodów Zjednoczonych (ONZ)
United Nations (UN)
Kraj/Region
Europa Środkowo-Wschodnia
Central and Eastern Europe
Abstrakt
The United Nations Millennium Declaration adopted at the Millennium Summit in New York on 6-8 September 2000 is a follow-up to a long-run UN policy oriented towards poverty alleviation and finally its eradication worldwide. The intention behind the goals and targets derived from the Declaration is not only to set up a "road map" for the activities of international bodies, but also to draw a baseline for national social policies. The time horizon of the road map has been set for 2015, with the year 1990 as a time reference for evaluating progress. UN member countries are welcome to align their policy goals with the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). This process is facilitated by the country reports on MDGs and the inclusion of MDG references in global and local Human Development Reports. The implementation of MDGs is strongly dependent on the power of advocacy and on the international transfer of expertise and best practices. (fragment of text)
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Biblioteka Główna Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wrocławiu
Bibliografia
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  1. Atkinson, A. B., Marlier, E. and Nolan, B. (2004) "Indicators and Targets for Social Inclusion in the EU". Journal of Common Market Studies 42 (1): 47-75
  2. Atkinson, T., Cantillon, B., Marlier, E. and Nolan, B. (2002) Social Indicators: The EU and Social Inclusion. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  3. Council of the European Union (2001) "Joint Report on Social Inclusion". Brussels
  4. Council of the European Union (2004) "Joint Report on Social Inclusion". Brussels (document formally endorsed by the Council on 4 March 2004)
  5. Dennis, I. and Guio, A.-C. (2003) "Monetary Poverty in EU Acceding and Candidate Countries". Statistics in Focus, Theme 3 - 21/2003. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities
  6. EU Social Protection Committee (2001) "Report on Indicators in the Field of Poverty and Social Exclusion", October
  7. EU Social Protection Committee (2003) "The Common Outline for the 2003/2005 NAPs/inclusion"
  8. Hanan, R. and Carty, B. (2003) "Sophisticated Strategies... But Little Impact". EAPN I No. 103,1/2003
  9. "Joint Memorandum on Social Inclusion in Poland" (2003) Brussels, 18 December
  10. Lipton, M. (1997) "Poverty: Are There Holes in the Consensus?". World Development 25
  11. Lipton, M. (2001) "2015 Poverty Targets. What do 1990-98 Trends Tell Us?". PRUS Notes No. 3, July. Poverty Research Unit at Sussex
  12. May, J. (2001) "An Elusive Consensus: Definitions, Measurement and Analysis of Poverty" in A. Grin-spun (ed.) Choices for the Poor UNDP
  13. Morrisson, C. (2002) "Health, Education and Poverty Reduction". Policy Brief No. 19, OECD Development Centre. Paris: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development
  14. Reddy, S. and Pogge, T. (2003) How Not to Count the Poor. Columbia University: New York
  15. UNDP (2003) "Millennium Development Goals. Reducing Poverty and Social Exclusion". Regional Reports for the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovak Republic and Slovenia
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ISSN
1233-3115
Język
eng
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