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    • Tackling Child Poverty in Latin America: Rights and Social Protection in Unequal Societies 

      Minujín, Alberto; Contró, Mónica González; Mercer, Raúl; Osorio, Ana María; Aguado, Luis Fernando; Catalán, Héctor Nájera; Cavagnoud, Robin; Paz, Jorge; Bustillo, Camilo Pérez; Fernández, Yedith Guillén; Vásquez, Jorge I.; Tuñón, Ianina; Salvia, Agustín; Herrera, Cristian; Vives, Alejandra; Carvallo, Camila; Molina, Helia; de Suremain, Charles-Édouard; Báez, Juan Antonio Vega; Torrado, Ma. Cristina; Durán, Ernesto; Casanova, Tatiana; Antequera, Nelson (CROP International Poverty Studies ; vol. 2, Book; Peer reviewed, 2017-03-08)
      This book highlights current debates about concepts, methods, and policies related to poverty in Latin America. It focuses on child and adolescent well-being and the issue of inclusive societies. Its goal is to promote new ...
    • Tax Justice and Global Inequality: Practical Solutions to Protect Developing Country Revenues 

      Mehta, Krishen; Shubert, Esther; Siu, Erika Dayle (Book, 2020-10-29)
      “Tax Injustice and Global Inequality” argues that, for developing countries to achieve social justice and lasting prosperity, they must take control of their own tax destinies, and that this will also be crucial to achieving ...
    • Water and Development: Good Governance after Neoliberalism 

      Munck, Ronaldo; Mehta, Lyla; Movik, Synne; Swatuk, Larry A.; Mtisi, Sobona; Nicol, Alan; Macri, Gloria; Mugumya, Firminus; Rickard, Áine; Asingwire, Narathius; Asaba, Richard Bagonza; Fagan, Honor; Magala, Joyce Mpalanyi; Tembo, Mavuto D.; Lubwama, Michael; Corcoran, Brian; Sayers, Kimmitt; Hemson, David (CROP International Studies in Poverty Research, Book; Peer reviewed, 2015-09-15)
      Water has always been a crucial catalyst for human development. In Africa, competition among different sectors for this scarce resource remains a critical challenge to water managers and decision-makers. 'Water and ...