CROP/UNESCO Politics of Inclusion Workshop

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The Politics of Inclusion workshop, organised by the Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP) and UNESCO MOST programme, was hosted at the UNESCO HQ on 6th -7th July 2017.

This E-Team is to share the learnings from and to support the continued work and discussions  of the workshop for the particpants and those who could not attend. 

This workshop held thought provoking sessions on Poverty & Inequality as Social Constructions, the Struggle with the Concepts of Inclusion, Exclusion & Adverse Incorporation, Which Social Transformations are needed in order to 'Leave no-one behind'? and on Callaborative Research: the way forward.
Geographical area: Latin America and the Caribbean, South-East Asia, Southern Africa, Other
Theme(s) of intervention: Economic policy / inclusive economic development, Evidence for policy / knowledge valorization, Inclusive social development / inclusive societies / social inclusion, Policy design and delivery, Reduction of inequalities / equity / poverty eradication, Social change / social transformations
Created: 05 Jul 2017
Latest update: 05 Jul 2017

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