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The increasing number of PEP-funded researchers (75%, according to a recent survey) being invited to present their work in international conferences, intended for either policy or academic audiences around the world, testifies to the acknowledgment of their authority as field specialists by the international development research community. The PEP Network often provides researchers with the necessary (financial and technical) means to participate to these events.

PEP findings on the "effects of price subsidies reform on child poverty in Arab countries" to be discussed in Cairo in November.

November 23-25, 2015 - A synthesis paper on collaborative work between PEP and UNICEF in Egypt and Jordan to be discussed at the IARIW-CAPMAS Conference in Cairo, Egypt.

PEP researchers invited to present at the Annual Meeting of the AAEP

November 11-13, 2015 - Findings from a research project supported under the PEP-PAGE initiative were presented at the Annual Meeting of the AAEP in Salta, Argentina.

PEP researchers invited to present papers at the International Conference on Eurasian Economies

September 9-11, 2015 - Congratulations to PEP researchers from Kyrgyzstan and Macedonia on presenting papers at the International Conference on Eurasian Economies in Kazan, Russia.


PEP lead researcher at the 5th World Congress of IMA

September 2-4, 2015 - PEP lead researcher presents recent methodological developments at the 5th World Congress of the International Microsimulation Association (IMA) in Luxembourg

PEP awarded support to participate in the STAARS initiative

PEP was invited to participate in a major African initiative for high quality research and capacity building on Structural Transformation of African Agriculture and Rural Spaces (STAARS). 

2015 PEP Policy Forum conclusions and recommendations

The key challenge for Africa is how to sustain and translate rapid economic growth into inclusive growth that will help end extreme poverty, reduce inequality and create opportunities for productive employment and shared prosperity. Find out more about PEP Policy Forum conclusions and recommendation.

Nigerian researcher invited to discuss PEP findings at Harvard University

April 13-14, 2015 - The only African paper presented at the World Demographic & Ageing Forum.

The 2015 PEP Annual Conference held May 4-8, in Nairobi (Kenya)

Discussing a variety of research and policy issues under the broad theme of "inclusive growth and employment for poverty reduction in developing countries"


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