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Organising for a philosophy of internationalism and multidisciplinarity in the social sciences: the case of CROP, the comparative research programme on poverty
(Scandinavian University Press (Universitetsforlaget AS), 1997)
Projects come and projects go in the social sciences. But there are few international, multi-disciplinary, long-term research programmes which survive outside an institutional framework for any length of time. This is ...
The contradictory concepts of social exclusion and social inclusion
(International Institute for Labour Studies, 1997)
Some basic welfare measures for combating poverty: lessons from a formerly poor country
(Botswana Society, 1997)
Poverty alleviation is mainly about redistribution of economic, social and political resources, and all forms of redistribution carry a built-in conflict potential. However, there are political and social means available ...
The art of building bridges between the world of the poor and the world of the non-poor
(UNESCO and ISSC/CROP - comparative research programme on poverty, 1997)
If the poor are to participate in civil society, the challenge is to build bridges between the world of the poor and the world of the non-poor, and to secure a two-way traffic across those bridges.Poverty can neither ...