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Social Justice and Democratisation

Social Justice and Democratisation

ACADEMIC PANELS at the 2nd ISA Forum of Sociology. CROP Fellow and co-editor of the CROP-Zed Books series, Juliana Martinez-Franzoni, will organise and chair two sessions hosted by the Research Committee on the Sociology of Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy (RC19).

1-4 August 2012 | Buenos Aires, Argentina

BASIC UNIVERSALISM: IS LATIN AMERICA GETTING CLOSER OR FURTHER AWAY?
Wednesday, August 1, 2012: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM, Faculty of Economics, TBA

Pathways to universalism: Latin American experiences with social insurance and social assistance in comparative perspective (Oral Presentation), Jeremy SEEKINGS, University of Cape Town

Towards universal protection for older adults? the expansion of old age pensions in latin america (Oral Presentation), Camila ARZA, Latin American School of Social Sciences

Universalism and anti-poverty-policy: A question of power and dominance? (Oral Presentation), Nico WEINMANN, University of Kassel; Paul HECKER, University of Kassel

La integración social y el olvido de los sectores sociales medios (Oral Presentation), Carmen MIDAGLIA, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales; Marcelo CASTILLO, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales; Florencia ANTíA, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales; Guillermo FUENTES, Instituto de Ciencia Política, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales


THE UNEASY RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CCTs AND UNIVERSALISM IN LATIN AMERICA
Friday, August 3, 2012: 12:30 PM-2:00 PM, Faculty of Economics, TBA

Políticas sociales y clientelismo. Límites de la inclusión social con igualdad de derechos en dos programas sociales en Argentina, Matías IUCCI, CIMeCS/ IDHICS (UNLP-CONICET) - FAHCE - UNLP

Regímenes de bienestar latinoamericanos y transferencias monetarias condicionadas. nuevamente el dilema: Universalismo o focalización? (Oral Presentation), Carlos BARBA, en trámite

Income transfer programs and labour policies in Argentina, conflicting strategies? (Oral Presentation), Rosalia CORTES, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicas and FLACSO Argentina

Families under the sun: Implications of a conditional cash transfer in montes de maría, Colombia (Oral Presentation), Maria Elisa BALEN, University of Bristol


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