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Global Social Policy Digest 14.3

Global Social Policy Digest 14.3

JOURNAL: The Global Social Policy (GSP) Digest has been produced under the editorship of Alexandra Kaasch with support from the University of Bremen Centre for Social Policy Research and the Balsillie School of International Affairs.

August 2014

 It has been compiled by Robert Akparibo, Julie Balen, Amy Barnes (all University of Sheffield), James Canonge (Columbia University), Alexandra Kaasch (University of Bremen), Branka Marijan (Wilfrid Laurier University), Sony Pellisery (National Law School of India University, Bangalore), Muhammad Saddiq, Henock Taddese (both University of Sheffield), and Antoni Verger (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona).

All the web sites referenced were accessible in August 2014. 


GSP Digest Issue 14.3 covers the period from mid-April to mid-August 2014

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