Towards Genuine Universalism within Contemporary Development Policy Andrew Fischer

This article argues that the MDGs should be replaced by a re-politicisation of the mainstream development agenda, together with a genuine revival of emphasis on universalistic modes of social policy as viable means of dealing simultaneously with poverty and inequality.

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(This Article was Originally Published in IDS Bulletin  Volume 41, Number 1, January 2010.)