Season 2
Season 2
Poverty Cure S2E11
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What causes poverty? It’s a question that persists through time, but to have a real and meaningful response that changes this, we need to shift our idea of poverty and charity and start asking the right questions: What causes wealth?

To understand the implications of poverty and its solution, we talk with Michael Matheson Miller, host and producer of the six-part series Poverty Cure and the documentary Poverty Inc. This project, a series of 200 interviews and a documentary, was intended to create a resource with answers from different voices and perspectives, including philosophical and theological thinking about the problems of aids and the dominant humanitarianism that prevents prosperity, creating dependency instead.

Michael Matheson Miller shares the consequences of the current humanitarian work related to the delayed development of business and the problem of what has been institutionalized as humanitarianism and reflects on the last through the Scriptures. In addition, it explains the importance of the difference between having a heart for the poor vs. having a mind for the poor related to crucial things. Finally, it also explains the importance of the rule of law, having a solid institution of law, and private property as the base of sustainability development.

“When we give charity or foreign aid, we disempower local producers and harm economy and create dependency.”

What causes poverty? It’s a question that persists through time, but to have a real and meaningful response that changes this, we need to shift our idea of poverty and charity and start asking the right questions: What causes wealth?

To understand the implications of poverty and its solution, we talk with Michael Matheson Miller, host and producer of the six-part series Poverty Cure and the documentary Poverty Inc. This project, a series of 200 interviews and a documentary, was intended to create a resource with answers from different voices and perspectives, including philosophical and theological thinking about the problems of aids and the dominant humanitarianism that prevents prosperity, creating dependency instead.

Michael Matheson Miller shares the consequences of the current humanitarian work related to the delayed development of business and the problem of what has been institutionalized as humanitarianism and reflects on the last through the Scriptures. In addition, it explains the importance of the difference between having a heart for the poor vs. having a mind for the poor related to crucial things. Finally, it also explains the importance of the rule of law, having a solid institution of law, and private property as the base of sustainability development.

“When we give charity or foreign aid, we disempower local producers and harm economy and create dependency.”

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