International Seminar World Without Poverty
Developing countries that have reduced extreme poverty near to zero, like Brazil, now face the challenge of meeting new demands from the people who have benefited from cash transfer policies. Well-designed and efficient public policies on education, health, sanitation, housing and security are still needed to ensure that these people enjoy full citizenship.
Issues related to the future of social policies after they have succeeded in nearly eradicating extreme poverty will be discussed at the International Seminar – A World without Poverty, which will take place in Brasília on 18-19 November 2014 (click here to see the programme and further information on the seminar).
This is the first international seminar organized by the Brazilian Learning Initiative for a World without Poverty (WWP). It will be held in partnership with the World Centre for Sustainable Development (RIO+ Centre) and the Brazilian Government’s Secretariat of Strategic Affairs (SAE). The audience of…
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