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Pobreza, derechos y desarrollo sostenible. El largo camino desde la teoría hasta la medición y la acción

Pobreza, derechos y desarrollo sostenible. El largo camino desde la teoría hasta la medición y la acción

LECTURE by Jorge Paz (National University of Salta, Argentina).

29 May 2018 (12:00-13:00) | Bergen Resource Centre for International Development

The event will focus on how poverty constitutes a deprivation and obstacle to well-being in both Argentina and Brazil.

Poverty measurement and public policies addressing the issue will be presented and discussed within a contemporary Latin American context.

Jorge Paz

Jorge Paz, © Photo: National Transfer Accounts


24.05.2018
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Pobreza, derechos y desarrollo sostenible. El largo camino desde la teoría hasta la medición y la acción

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