Is Poverty Our Problem? Introduction to the forum on world poverty and the duty of assistance.

The Philosophers' Magazine 36:46-49 (2006)
Alex Voorhoeve
London School of Economics
This paper provides an introductory discussion of questions about three moral duties in the context of global poverty: the duty to aid; the duty not to harm; and the duty to promote just global institutions.
Keywords Global poverty  Global justice  Duties of beneficence
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DOI 10.5840/tpm20063614
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