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Activities

Activities

Over the years CROP has organised a multitude of workshops and events, made space for a South-South-North dialogue, presented different perspectives on poverty research and produced substantial research findings with relevance for interdisciplinary scientific research, as well as for political and practical processes worldwide.

The Crop Secretariat co-ordinates CROP's networks and projects developed within the institutional strategic and annual plans. It also works closely with international partners to promote new research projects, seek funding and encourage critical research on poverty and poverty-related issues.


Geographical Distribution of CROP Activities 2011-2015:

  Geographical Distribution of CROP Activities 2011-2015

Participants at CROP events 2011-2015 represented the following regions:

Participants at CROP events 2011-2015



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CROP News and Events

Poverty as Ideology: Rescuing Social Justice from Global Development Agendas

August 2019

OPEN ACCESS PUBLICATION: Book by Andrew Fischer, Institute of Social Studies (ISS), winner of the International Studies in Poverty Prize awarded by CROP and Zed Books

The SDGS, Inequality and Aid Eligibility – Should the Criteria be Re-visited?

June 2019

CROP POVERTY BRIEF 51: by Riina Pilke (University of Turku).

CROP ANNUAL REPORT 2018

May 2019

This report presents CROP's activities for the period January-December 2018.

News from CROPNet

Launch and Workshop Event: CALL FOR PROPOSALS (Deadline 15 July)

Friday 18 October 2019

‘Putting Children First: New Frontiers in the Fight Against Child Poverty in Africa’ Institute of Development Studies (IDS), Brighton, UK

The Breakthrough of the Social: Practical Utopias, Wisdom and Radical Transformations - Social work

2-6 September 2019 | Dubrovnik, Croatia

CONFERENCE commemorating 30 years of social work courses at the Inter-university centre (IUC).

EADI ISS Conference 2020

29 June - 2 July 2020 | The Hague, Netherlands

CALL FOR PANELS: Solidarity, Peace and Social Justice (deadline 6 September)

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