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CROP at the World Social Science Forum

CROP at the World Social Science Forum

ACADEMIC PANELS: CROP will be hosting two panels at the World Social Science Forum 2015 in Durban, South Africa from 13-16 September 2015.

13-16 September 2015 | Durban, South Africa

 A broad range of topics will be addressed under the theme "Transforming global relations for a just world" and CROP will be the organiser of two of the academic panels. A broad range of topics will be addressed under the theme "Transforming global relations for a just world" and CROP will be the organiser of two of the academic panels. 

The first panel is titled “Global Justice and Poverty in the Transformation of MDGs into SDGs” and will be chaired by CROP’s scientific director Alberto D. Cimadamore. The members of the panel are David Hulme (Professor at University of Manchester), Gabriele Koehler (Senior Research Associate with UNRISD, Geneva) and Alberto Minujin (Professor at The New School, New York).

The second panel is titled “Poverty, Social justice and Policy in a Regional Comparative Perspective” and will be chaired by Bob Deacon (Professor Emeritus at Sheffield University, UK). The members of this panel will be Juliana Martinez-Franzoni (Researcher at University of Costa Rica), Jimi Adesina (Professor at University of South Africa), Jayati Ghosh (Professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University, India) and Thomas Pogge (Professor at Yale University, US). 

The forum is organised by the International Social Science Council and co-hosted by HSRC and CODESRIA. Both CROP panel sessions will take place on Monday 14 September. 

 
World Social Science Forum 2015 

 

02.12.2015
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