CROP mobilizes research through an extensive international and multi-disciplinary research network: CROPnet. This network is open to all poverty researchers and others concerned with critical research for preventing and eradicating poverty. For researchers involved, CROPnet is a possibility to exchange views and ideas, make publications and competence visible, participate in activities aimed at policy transfer; stay informed about relevant events, news and publications, and find potential partners for collaboration.
Building and Extending the Global Reach and Impact of the CROP Network and Facilitating knowledge exchange is one of CROP’s key goals for 2010-2011 period. We are now working to make the directory of CROPnet searchable.
CROP aims to support the emergence of smaller thematic networks and to support the creation of new core projects. Involvement in the CROPnet is a first step. Please help us keeping an updated directory.