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Visualising Poverty Research

Visualising Poverty Research

Visualising Poverty Research was launched by CROP in September 2014 and seeks to disseminate poverty research to a wider audience using video interviews published on CROP's YouTube channel.

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Scholars in CROP's network are invited to answer three standard questions related to poverty and the causes and actions to eradicate it. We ask them about:

  • the causes and consequences of the persistence of poverty
  • policies and actions needed to eradicate poverty
  • achievements of initiatives such as the MDGs/SDGs and the Social Protection Floor 

A series of interviews is already available and new ones are added regularly. These are 5-minute interviews with researchers from all over the world. The following video provides an overview of the project, while a list of individual interviews is available below. 

 

 
Interviews have been conducted with the following scholars: 

  1. Thomas Pogge | Yale University, USA | CROP Scientific Committee Chair
  2. Elma Montaña | Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research, Uruguay | CROP Scientific Committee Member 
  3. Varun Gauri | The World Bank | CROP Scientific Committee Member 
  4. David Hulme | University of Manchester, UK | CROP Scientific Committee Member
  5. Alberto Minujin | The New School, NY, USA | CROP Scientific Committee Member 
  6. Norman Duncan | University of Pretoria, South Africa
  7. Etienne Nel | University of Otago, New Zealand | CROP Scientific Committee Member
  8. Tor Halfdan Aase | University of Bergen, Norway
  9. Maria Petmesidou | Democritus University of Thrace, Greece | CROP Fellow
  10. Aldrie Henry-Lee | University of the West Indies, Jamaica 
  11. Jacqueline O'Reilly | University of Brighton, UK 
  12. Enrique Delamonica | UNICEF, Nigeria | CROP Fellow
  13. Francis Wilson | University of Cape Town, South Africa 
  14. Sakiko Fukuda-Parr | The New School, NY, USA | former CROP Fellow
  15. Jeremy Seekings | University of Cape Town, South Africa  
  16. Teresita Cruz del Rosario | National University of Singapore
  17. Chris Tapscott | University of the Western Cape, South Africa 
  18. Olle Törnquist | University of Oslo, Norway
  19. Santosh Mehrotra | Jawaharlal Nehru University, India | CROP Fellow
  20. Hilde Ibsen | Karlstad University, Sweden
  21. Betty Mubangizi | University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
  22. Camilo Pérez-Bustillo | New Mexico State University, USA | CROP Fellow
  23. David Barkin | Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco, Mexico
  24. Nathan Cooper | University of Lincoln, UK
  25. Bob Deacon | University of Sheffield, UK | former CROP Scientific Committee Member
  26. Gabriele Köhler | UN Research Institute for Social Development
  27. Jimi Adesina | University of South Africa
  28. Jayati Ghosh | Jawaharlal Nehru University, India | CROP Scientific Committee Member
  29. Ronaldo Munck | Dublin City University | Ireland
  30. Sonia Alvarez Leguizamón | National University of Salta, Argentina | CROP Fellow
  31. Alberto D. Cimadamore | University of Bergen, Norway | CROP Scientific Director
  32.  Desmond McNeill | University of Oslo, Norway
  33. Jan Vandemoortele | Independent Researcher (formerly with ILO, UNDP and UNICEF)
  34. Blandine Destremau | Centre National de Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), France
  35. Enrique Valencia | University of Guadalajara, Mexico
  36. Andy Sumner | King's College London, UK
  37. Carlos Barba | University of Guadalajara, Mexico
  38. Jomo Kwame Sundaram | Institute of Strategic and International Studies, Malaysia
  39. Gibrán Cruz-Martínez | University of Agder, Norway
28.06.2018
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