The Who, What, Where, When and Why on Destitution in Minnesota Authoritative Commission to End Neediness in Minnesota by.


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The Who, What, Where, When and Why on Neediness in Minnesota Authoritative Commission to End Destitution in Minnesota by 2020 Gregory Dim, Official Executive Walk 27, 2008 Chapter by chapter list About the Commission (Who) Commission's Directing Standards Meaning of destitution (What)
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The Who, What, Where, When and Why on Poverty in Minnesota Legislative Commission to End Poverty in Minnesota by 2020 Gregory Gray, Executive Director March 27, 2008

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Table of Contents About the Commission (Who) Commission’s Guiding Principles Definition of neediness (What) The actualities about destitution in Minnesota (Where) Can neediness be finished? (At the point when) What will it take and how would we advantage? (Why) Questions & Answers

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Legislative Commission to End Poverty in Minnesota by 2020 Commission established into law in 2006 9 individuals delegated from the Minnesota House of Representatives 9 individuals designated from the Minnesota Senate 2 non-voting individuals named by the Governor.

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Commission’s Guiding Principles Consistent and tireless methodology that incorporates investment of individuals of confidence, charitable offices, government and business. All individuals ought to be furnished with those things that ensure human respect and make for a sound life. All individuals are proposed to live well together in general group, looking for the benefit of everyone, maintaining a strategic distance from wide variations between the individuals who need to little to live on and the individuals who have an unbalanced offer of the nation’s products.

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Commission’s Guiding Principles All individuals need to cooperate to overcome neediness, and this work rises above both any specific political hypothesis or party and any specific monetary hypothesis or structure. Cooperations are required between the confidence group, not-for-profit offices, government, business and others. Overcoming neediness includes both demonstrations of direct administration to ease the results of destitution and backing to change those structures that outcome in individuals living in destitution.

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Commission’s Guiding Principles Government is neither singularly in charge of easing neediness nor expelled from that obligation. Government is the vehicle by which individuals arrange their live in light of their mutual vision.

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Commission Work Plan Phase I – Setting the Vision Monthly Hearings Listening Tours Phase II – Explore the Solutions Examine “Best Practices” Phase III – Create a Plan of Action.

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2007 HHS Poverty Guidelines

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Quick Facts about Poverty in Minnesota has the 8 th most reduced destitution rate. 9.8% of Minnesotans live beneath the government destitution line. More or less 464 thousand Minnesotans meet the government standard for “poor”. Another 719 thousand Minnesotans have wage somewhere around 100% and 200% of the government neediness line.

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Quick Facts about Poverty in Minnesota Minnesota’s neediness rate have ascended more than 2 rate focuses in the course of the most recent decade. Minnesota has a percentage of the best inconsistencies in destitution by racial gathering. While less then 7% of Minnesota’s white populace is poor, around 33% of the African American populace is poor. Broadly, less then 26% of African Americans are viewed as poor.

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Quick Facts about Poverty in Minnesota Poverty is adjusted between Minneapolis/St. Paul (41%) and Greater Minnesota (39%). There are 4 key destitution qualities Educational Status Family Status Disability Race and Ethnicity

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Quick Facts about Poverty in Minnesota Children less than 18 years old speak to the single biggest age bunch in neediness. 31% of those living in neediness in Minnesota are kids.

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Quick Facts about Poverty in Minnesota A third (34%) of Americans were poor for no less than 2 months amid the 4 year period 2% were poor each month of the 4 years Half (51%) of neediness spells most recent 4 months or less 80% of destitution spells most recent 1 year or less

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Phase II – Exploring the Solutions Note Key Issues Identified in Phase I Health Care Child Care Affordable Housing Transportation Living Wage Jobs Education Criminal Justice Issues Race & Gender Discrimination

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Phase II – Exploring the Solutions Determine “Best Practices” Review different reports on destitution. Acknowledge information from invested individuals. Retreat to ponder on meaning of neediness. Break into subcommittees to look at issues and potential proposals.

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Can Poverty be finished? Normal Philosophies on Poverty “There will dependably be destitute individuals in the area. In this manner I order you to be generous toward your siblings and toward poor people and penniless ...” Deuteronomy 15:11. “It is NOT workable for government to take out neediness, on the grounds that there have dependably been and will dependably be individuals who settle on terrible life choices which prompt destitution. Government is not fit for keeping individuals from committing such errors. Endeavors to protect individuals from any results of such errors are both unreasonable and counterproductive, in actuality getting to be endowments for the sort of self-ruinous conduct which prompts neediness. “ Anonymous Blogger posting dated 07/15/07

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Can Poverty be finished? Basic Philosophies on Poverty In a nation very much represented neediness is something to be embarrassed about. In a nation gravely represented riches is something to be embarrassed about. – Confucius. Sen. John Edwards called neediness "the awesome good issue of our time" and tested our nation to cut it by a third in 10 years and end it inside of 30 years.

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Can Poverty be finished? Normal Philosophies on Poverty Each Commission part has communicated their own supposition on destitution. The scope of suppositions on neediness will shading the suggestions. Unquestionably finishing neediness relies on how you characterize it. The Commission will advance a “road map” on the most proficient method to end neediness.

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Ending Poverty What will it take? How might we advantage? Considerable money related speculation yet all the more significantly, initiative from different parts. Decreased wrongdoing. More noteworthy workforce efficiency. Extended financial advancement. Resident fulfillment.

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Ending Poverty What will it take? How might we advantage? We exited of the “How” on the grounds that we don’t know the how. We require your inclusion and the contribution of numerous others to create Minnesota’s arrangement. Get in touch with me at

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