CROP Poverty Briefs
The CROP Poverty Brief Series comprises a series of short research notes highlighting recent research and trends in global poverty.
The ideas contained in CROP Poverty Briefs are those of the named authors and do not necessarily reflect a consensus view of CROP. They are distributed as a contribution to the effort to “mobilize critical research for preventing and eradicating poverty".
CROP is interested in receiving texts for consideration to be included in the Poverty Brief Series.
See CROP Poverty Brief Guidelines for further information.
Below is an overview of all briefs in the series so far:
Poverty Brief 32: Climate Change, Children and Poverty: Engaging children and youth in policy debate and actionBy Beatrice Mauger, Alberto Minujin and Samantha Cocco-Klein (June 2016) / View PDF
Poverty Brief 28: The Explanatory Power of the Welfare State Development on Poverty and Inequality in Latin America and the CaribbeanBy Gibrán Cruz-Martinez (October 2015) / View PDF
Poverty Brief 20: The Individual Deprivation Measure - A New Approach to Multi-Dimensional, Gender Sensitive Poverty MeasurementBy Sharon Bessell (July 2014) / View PDF
Poverty Brief 19: New Developments in International Poverty Law - The UN Guiding Principles on Extreme Poverty and Human RightsBy Camilo Pérez-Bustillo (March 2014) / View PDF
Poverty Brief 16: Poverty and the Post-2015 Development Agenda - A reaction to the High-Level Panel Report (HLPR)By Thomas Pogge, Gabriele Koehler and Alberto Cimadamore (September 2013) / View PDF
Poverty Brief 14: Current trends in Poverty Reduction in Latin America - The role of labour market and social protectionBy Roxana Maurizio (February 2013) / View PDF
Poverty brief 5: The productive bottlenecks of progressive social policies: lessons from Costa Rica and BeyondBy Martínez Franzoni & Sánchez-Ancochea (February 2011) / View PDF
Deadline: 1 November 2014
ANNOUNCEMENT: CROP welcomes submissions to the CROP Poverty Brief series.