mobilmeny

CROP Newsletters

CROP Newsletters

The CROP newsletter provides updated information on activities and events, as well as short academic articles from the CROP network.​

The most recent newsletter (#02/2018):

CROP2018NL2

All newsletters can be found below:


30.01.2019
Share:         

CROP Newsletter, May 2008

Human Rights from Below: Indigenous Peoples, Poverty, and Human Rights / View PDF

CROP Newsletter, December 2007

Poverty and Children: Policies to break the vicious cycle / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.13, No.4, December 2006

Child Poverty: Towards a Research Agenda / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.13, No.3, October 2006

Else Øyen: My 15 Years with CROP / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.13, No.2, May 2006

The Constructed Vulnerability of Domestic Workers / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.13, No.1, February 2006

Locating Human Dignity at the Center of the Poverty Debate / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.12, No.4, November 2005

The Return of Religion and the Struggle against Poverty / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.12, No.3, September 2005

Nature, Poverty, Policy: New dynamics in an old debate / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.12, No.2, June 2005

The Polyscopic Landscape of Poverty Research / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.12, No.1, March 2005

How Will Poor People Fund Research? / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.11, No.4, December 2004

Indigenous Knowledge, Poverty and Gender / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.11, No.1, February 2004

Key Items for Developing Countries / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol. 10, No. 4, December 2003

Water and Poverty: The inextricable link / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.10, No.3, September 2003

The EU Approach to Poverty: A Review / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.10, No.1, March 2003

Poverty - New Explorations in an Old Terrain / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.9, No.3, September 2002

Into the Wilderness? Poverty Research in Australia. / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.9, No.2, May 2002

Development and the Foundation of Freedom. Amartya Sen's "Development as Freedom" and the "Norwegian Action Plan 2015" / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.8, No.4, November 2001

Indigenous Peoples and Levels of Identity: Issues to reflect upon / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.8, No.3, September 2001

Water: The Mainspring of Civilization / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.8, No.2, June 2001

Ethics of Poverty Reduction / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.7, No.4, December 2000

Comparative Poverty Data and Poverty Monitoring / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.7, No.3, October 2000

Glimpses from the International Poverty Arena / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.7, No.2, June 2000

Improving Poverty Measurement Methods / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.7, No.1, March 2000

On the Relationships between State and Poverty / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.6, No.3, October 1999

Elite Perceptions of Poverty / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.6, No.1, February 1999

Industrialized Nations Confront Child Poverty / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.5, No.3, September 1998

Elementary Education as a Pro-Poor Strategy in India: Myths and Reality / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.5, No.2, June 1998

Tools and Means to Alleviate Poverty in Islam / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.5, No.1, February 1998

Child Poverty in a Comparative Perspective / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.4, No.4, November 1997

Indigenous Rights and Poverty in Latin America / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.4, No.2, May 1997

Poverty in the Nordic Countries / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.3, No.3, September 1996

The Taganrog Studies of Russian Well-Being / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.3, No.2, May 1996

Research and Training Programme on Poverty, the Underclass, and Public Poverty / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.3, No.1 March 1996

Growth, Poverty and Equity: As seen from Chile / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.2, No.3, September 1995

UN International Year for the Eradication of Poverty (1996) / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.2, No.2, April 1995

CROP/IISL workshop: "Law, Power and Poverty" / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.2, No.1, January 1995

CROP/UNESCO scientific symposium: "The Regional State-of-the-Art-Reviews on Poverty Research" / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.1, No.4, December 1994

CROP/IUPERJ workshop: "Views from the Top - Elites and Poverty" / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.1, No.3, September 1994

CROP/IIED workshop: "Urban Poverty" / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.1, No.2, May 1994

CROP/IISL workshop: "Law, Power and Poverty" / View PDF

CROP Newsletter Vol.1, No.1, March 1994

Report from the opening of the CROP Secretariat / View PDF
UiB ISC

CROP News and Events

Putting Children First: New Frontiers in the Fight Against Child Poverty in Africa

18 October 2019 | Brighton, UK

BOOK LAUNCH and workshop at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) in Brighton, UK

What have we learnt from ten years of Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) programmes in Nigeria?

October 2019

CROP POVERTY BRIEF 52: By Oludiran Akinleye, Olabanji Akinola, Adebanke Akinrimisi, Seyi Shadare, and Gbenga Shadare (University of Lagos, Nigeria)

Social Policy, Poverty, and Inequality in Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union

5 September 2019 | Dubrovnik

BOOK LAUNCH with editors Tatiana Chubarova and Paul Stubbs and contributing authors Natalia Gregorieva and Noemi Lendvai Bainton at "The Breakthrough of the Social" conference 2019

News from CROPNet

International Science Council (ISC) inaugural Action Plan 2019-2021

October 2019

The ISC's inaugural Action Plan, Advancing Science as a Global Public Good, was recently shared with ISC members.

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).

Menu