In the quest to ‘leave no one behind’ to what extent can anti-discrimination and affirmative action policies and programmes create more inclusive societies?
What is the evidence that such actions reduce discrimination and improve the outcomes for marginalised groups?
The Chronic Poverty Advisory Network (CPAN) is proud to announce the panel discussion "Anti-discrimination measures: a path out of poverty" that will be hosted at the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), in London, UK, on the 16th of June 2016 from 09:45 to 13:00. See the program for more information
The event gathers renowned international experts to discuss the impact of anti-discrimination measures on poverty eradication strategies, starting from the first findings of the project “Evaluating anti-discrimination measures”. In its first phase the project has been supported by Save the Children, UNICEF, UNFPA, the Expert Group for Aid and Studies (EBA) of the Swedish Government, and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)
- Program package
- Systematic Review and Brief Paper
- Does Affirmative Action Work? Caste, Gender, College Quality, and Academic Success in India
More information and registration
The event will be live-streamed through ODI channels. To register for attending in person or watching the event online, please register below. The event is free and no support is provided for travel and/or accommodation
For more information please email Ms.Stefania Perna