How poverty is criminalized around the world


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Questions to explore

  • Apart from the United States, where in the world is the criminalization of poverty most salient?
  • Why it is a growing trend?
  • Is it only related to pretrial detention?
  • Can it be related to differences in purchasing power regarding legal defense?

Potential interviews

  • Peter Edelman, American lawyer and author of Not a Crime to Be Poor
  • Testimonies

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    2018-07-03 10:14:43 . . (talk | contributions) (Update → removed full stop in hed) ->Current PUBLISHED version
    2018-07-03 09:55:40 . . (talk | contributions) (Update → edited hed, added category)
    2018-07-02 15:47:24 . . (talk | contributions) (Update → changed category)
    2018-07-02 15:44:22 . . (talk | contributions) (Update → formatting fixes)
    2018-07-02 15:39:35 . . (talk | contributions) (Update → formatting)
    2018-07-02 15:36:53 . . (talk | contributions) (Update → moved to draft)
    2018-06-28 20:52:05 . . (talk | contributions) (Update → Suggestion of new title)
    2018-06-14 10:52:57 . . (talk | contributions) (Update → tweak and format)
    2018-06-08 15:13:15 . . (talk | contributions) (Update → moving to draft, accepted edits)
    2018-06-08 14:22:19 . . (talk | contributions) (Update → I added a short video that serves as an introduction to the topic. Also added two sources.)

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