UK's Department for International Development (DFID) recently published a background paper for their Conference on the Future of International Development: Eliminating World Poverty. It aims to provoke thought on the emerging challenges faced by developing countries and the rest of the world, and sets out a series of questions to address the priority issues.
In their website, DFID has also opened a consultation website where the public can participate in the debate on how to eliminate world poverty. The results will be included in a new paper to be published this summer. An interesting way of giving voice to the public opinion.