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A Recovery for All: Rethinking Socio-Economic Policies for Children and Poor Households

A Recovery for All: Rethinking Socio-Economic Policies for Children and Poor Households

BOOK edited by Isabel Ortiz (former CROP Scientific Committee member) and Matthew Cummins

UNICEF, 2012

The world's financial and economic crisis has taken a toll on children and poor households. High food and commodity prices, unemployment and austerity measures have aggravated persistent inequalities and contributed to a substantial rise in hunger and social tensions. Investments for the world's poor are needed to recover lost ground in pursuit of development objectives. This book describes the social impacts of the crisis, policy responses to date and United Nations alternative proposals for 'A Recovery for All.'

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15.09.2016
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