The event discussed whether the differences between rich and poor countries were significant enough to invalidate a dialogue, and concluded that they were not.
This meeting looked at the likelihood of halving the proportion of people worldwide living on less than $1 a day by 2015 (compared with 1990).
This event discussed the crucial importance of the national context; and the centrality of politics to poverty reduction.
From Income Poverty to Sustainable Livelihoods: Practical Implications of Evolving Frameworks for Understanding Poverty
The second meeting in the series defined a sustainable livelihood as comprising the capabilities, assets and activities required for a means of living, and introduced the sustainable livelihood approach as a way of thinking about development.