The #GlobalPOV Project combines critical social theory, improvised art and digital media to explore innovative ways of thinking about poverty, inequality and undertaking poverty action. Developed at the University of California, Berkeley, the project continues at the Institute on Inequality and Democracy at UCLA Luskin, as an effort to transform undergraduate education and participate in public debate about wealth, privilege, and power, and the effects on constructions of welfare and equality.

The GlobalPOV Project: “Who Sees Poverty?”

With Ananya Roy

The GlobalPOV Project: “Is Privilege Poverty?”

With Clare Talwalker

The GlobalPOV Project: “Can Your Point of View Change The World?”

With Ananya Roy & Abby VanMuijen

The GlobalPOV Project: “Can Experts Solve Poverty?”

With Khalid Kadir

The GlobalPOV Project: “Who Profits From Poverty?”

With Ananya Roy

The GlobalPOV Project: “Who is Dependent on Welfare?”

With Ananya Roy

The GlobalPOV Project: “Can We Shop To End Poverty?”

With Ananya Roy

The GlobalPOV Project: “Will Hope End Inequality?”

With Genevieve Negrón Gonzales

The GlobalPOV Project: “Are Slums the Global Urban Future?”

With Ananya Roy