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From October 25th – 27th, 2012, the conference Beyond 2015: Towards a New Consensus on Ending Global Poverty was held at Ryerson University in Toronto in collaboration with Academics Stand Against Poverty (ASAP), an international professional network of poverty-focused scholars. The conference...

With the poverty level at 69%, the population is vulnerable to all sorts of external shocks such as disease and climate change. HIV/AIDS is a serious threat to livelihood with more than 40% of the population infected with the pandemic. Poor and landless households, children, women, and large...

'Inclusive growth' is understood to encompass both a lasting reduction in absolute poverty and a more equitable distribution of the gains from growth. In other words, the focus has shifted from quantity to quality of growth. Remittances can have impacts beyond simply increasing household...

The paper examines specific dimensions of inequality, in terms of gender, caste, education, region, occupation and other factors relevant to labour market inequalities. It studies economic and social relationships responsible for these cleavages, while considering conceptual and methodological...

In early 2013, a group of 22 highly motivated agricultural practitioners from all over Sudan gathered in the city of Khartoum for a workshop on documentation and communication run by ILEIA to capture, analyse and disseminate practical experiences from the field.

Classical patriarchy continues to influence the discourse on gender mainstreaming. Unless women can find a niche in which they can bargain and negotiate for their rights, there is limited positive impact on their economic, social and cultural struggles. Given that ultrapoor women who are heads...

Climate is an important factor for aquaculture production. This study aimed to understand how farmers that culture tila-pia in earthen ponds perceive and respond to climate impacts. Important climate-related risks identified include extreme temperatures (hot and cold), excessive rainfall,...

Since ASEAN embarked on the elimination of non-tariff barriers, four mutual recognition agreements have been signed. Increasing dependence of ASEAN member economies on each other for trade necessitates evaluation of member non-tariff measures on various products. Intra-ASEAN's tariff reduction...

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