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New Approaches to Poverty and Inequality Reduction in the Global South

Wednesday, April 18 –
Thursday, April 19, 2012

Watson Institute

4/18 Morning Lecture

4/18 Afternoon Lecture

4/19 Morning Lecture

4/19 Afternoon Lecture

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New Approaches to Poverty and Inequality Reduction in the Global South.” 

Conference featuring Cristovam Buarque, Senator of Brazil and former Governor of the Federal District and Minister of Education, Brazil; Askin Asan, Deputy Minister of Family and Social Policy Affairs of Turkey; and Miguel Szekely, former Undersecretary for Planning and Evaluation at the Ministry of Social Development in Mexico; T.R. Raghunandan, Member, State Planning Board, Karnataka State, India

Cosponsored by the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, the Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies, the Graduate Program in Development, the India Project, the Middle East Studies Program, the Watson Institute for International Studies, and the William R. Rhodes Center for International Economics and Finance.

Location: Watson Institute, 111 Thayer Street, Joukowsky Forum

The Politics of Poverty Alleviation in the Global South: Comparative Perspectives from Leading Policymakers
with Cristovam Buarque, Askin Asan, Mikguel Szekely, T.R. Raghunandan