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Blandine Destremau

Blandine Destremau

Senior researcher French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), FRANCE

Blandine Destremau is a sociologist specialised in development and social policy issues, particularly in the Arab countries. She has publized widely on anti-poverty policy, social protection, solidarity in its various forms and dimensions, gender and development.

After a PhD dissertation dealing with the economic transformation in Yemen, she taught economics at various French universities and dedicated the bulk of her research work to issues concerning Palestine and the changing regional context. Her rearch interests include poverty, social protection, social policies, domestic workers.

Her publications include “Restructuring the welfare States in the Arab Mediterranean countries: a crucial social and political stake” (ISA Research Committee on Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy (RC19)), and "La extensiòn de la protecciòn social en Tùnez: lecciones de un èxito" (Universidad Nacional de Colombia).

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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.

Human Security as a Sine Qua Non for Poverty Reduction and Sustainable Development in Africa

May 2019

CROP POVERTY BRIEF 50: by Ojijo Odhiambo and Fatima Umar (UNDP Nigeria Country Office).

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

Friday 18 October 2019

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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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