Dimensions is MPPN’s magazine to share in a practical, concise and informative way, different countries’ experiences with multidimensional poverty measures. It aims to share in a practical, concise and informative way, different countries’ experiences with multidimensional poverty measures. Dimensions shows, in plain language, the multiple forms of poverty and the ways multidimensional poverty is measured and analysed in different countries, their different experiences in the design of public policies to eradicate it, as well as reviews on new research studies on the subject.
Dimensions is a tool to disseminate the work of the MPPN through articles, opinions, interviews and informative summaries, among others. Making MPPN’s work known, sharing experiences and showing how it has been done or what is being done is vital to provide support to a community concerned about not leaving anyone behind, with empirically sustained policies that help eliminate people’s many deprivations.
Editions of the Dimensions, both in English and Spanish, can be read and downloaded from this page on MPPN website.