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Poverty Studies Training Course for Young Researchers from Central America and The Caribbean

Poverty Studies Training Course for Young Researchers from Central America and The Caribbean

CALL FOR APPLICATION: Applications are invited from young social scienctists from Cuba, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haití, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Dominican Republic and Costa Rica.

28 May - 1 June 2012 | San Jose, Costa Rica

The course is organized jointly with FLACSO-CR (Latin American Faculty on Social Sciences, Costa Rica), IIS (Social Research Institute, University of Costa Rica, UCR), INIE (Educational Research Institute, UCR), DEI (Research Ecumenical Department), CAB (Latin American Chair on Criminology and Human Rights Alejandro Baratta), and CICDE (Research Centre on Culture and Development from Open State National University).

Deadline for applications = March 26th

Visit the CLACSO-CROP webpage for more information. 

21.11.2016
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