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Poverty as a Challenge to Citizenship and Democracy in Latin America and the Caribbean

Poverty as a Challenge to Citizenship and Democracy in Latin America and the Caribbean

Workshop organised by CROP, the Latin American Social Science Research Council (CLACSO), UCA and the Faculty of Latin American Social Sciences, Costa Rica (FLACSO-CR).

22-24 November 2004 | University of Central America (UCA), Managua, Nicaragua

Workshop organised by CROP, the Latin American Social Science Research Council (CLACSO), UCA and the Faculty of Latin American Social Sciences, Costa Rica (FLACSO-CR). The objective of the workshop is to strengthen research on poverty in a comparative and regional perspective, with special emphasis on the least developed countries and areas in the region.

Call for papers (Spanish version).

Call for papers (English version).

Report with list of papers presented.

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