Policy Briefing Note and Toronto Urban Poverty
A hypothetical policy briefing note for the Mayor of Toronto regarding urban poverty in the city.
# 130872 | 1,250 words | 3 sources | APA | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Sociology (Theory) , Canadian Studies (Gender, Race, Class issues) , Political Science (General) , Sociology (Poverty)
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This paper provides a brief hypothetical policy note for the mayor of Toronto whereupon a serious policy matter - the rising urban poverty level and what is to be done about it - is explored. The situation in Toronto is contextualized as are the problems that urban poverty is creating for Toronto from a fiscal perspective. Finally, the paper looks at some recommendations which, if implemented, will serve the city well in this area.
From the Paper:"The following note will brief the mayor of Toronto on the issue of urban poverty in Canada's largest city. Specifically, the paper will argue that poverty must be addressed quickly - both through an improved remedial education system and via an improved social welfare safety net that distributes monies more efficiently. The next several pages will also explore the matter within an international context - suggesting along the way that urban poverty is a problem Toronto can overcome even if other cities have faltered in combating it. In any case, the issue is of ..."
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