One of the strongest messages of the Agenda 2030 framework is that no one will be left behind in the work to reach a sustainable development by 2030. This means that the poorest and most marginalized and discriminated people must be taken on board. The question is: What works best for whom, and why?Read More
Call for Papers: Conference on Immiserizing Growth (26-27 May 2017, Toronto, Canada)Read More
CPAN Director, Andrew Shepherd, has attended the EGM on Strategies for Eradicating Poverty to Achieve the SDGs, 1-3 June 2016. Read more..Read More
CPAN was excited to be involved in USAID’s roundtable on risk and fragility in Washington last month. The session discussed the role which different risks have on the achievement of sustainable poverty reduction and how risk can better be integrated into programming so that the objectives of ending extreme poverty and achieving food security can be achieved.
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Andrew Shepherd, CPAN Director, will be attending the United Nations Expert Group Meeting “Strategies for Eradicating Poverty to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals” in New York on 1-3 of June 2016. This meeting aims to bring together experts and policy makers to discuss and review current strategies to eradicate poverty and to bring insights to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Read more..Read More