It suggests a multi-dimensional approach that reflects the complexity of poverty dynamics and tackles the underlying causes, rather than just the symptoms of poverty. It proposes that:
- poverty should be tackled through universal childcare, a decent wage structure, and taxation;
- the financial system should be managed so it does not increase inequality;
- the distribution of power is as important as the distribution of financial resources;
- strong local economies are needed, linking national and local resources, institutions and strategies.