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CROP at EADI Nordic Conference

CROP at EADI Nordic Conference

CONFERENCE: GLOBALISATION AT THE CROSSROADS - Rethinking Inequalities and Boundaries. The CROP Secretariat was represented in three conference events.

21-23 August 2017 | Bergen, Norway




1.  ROUND TABLE on "Challenging Inequalities: Pathways to a Just World - Implications for Development Studies" (World Social Science Report 2016)

CROP's Scientific Director Alberto D. Cimadamore was a discussant at the conference round table on the World Social Science Report 2016. One of the co-editors of the report, John Gaventa (Institute of Development Studies), presented the main findings and recommendations included in this ISSC/UNESCO flagship publication. Laura Camfield (University of East Anglia) was co-discussant and the panel session was chaired by Julia Schöneberg (EADI).

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Photo: Laura Camfield, Alberto D. Cimadamore, Julia Schöneberg, John Gaventa


2.  ACADEMIC PANEL on "Structural Change, Inequality and Inclusive Growth: Tensions and Trade-offs"

This panel was organised by the ESRC GCRF Global Poverty and Inequality Dynamics Research Network represented by Andy Sumner and Lukas Schlogl (King's College, London). CROP's Alberto D. Cimadamore chaired the second session of this panel.

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3.  WORKING GROUP on Multidimensional Poverty and Poverty Dynamics

The CROP Secretariat was co-convenor of this conference session on "From Measurement to Politics: How to Prevent and Respond to Poverty and Inequality"


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