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Top Ghanaian newspaper publishes findings of local PEP researchers

Findings from local PEP researchers in Ghana are published in the country’s number one newspaper, the Daily Graphic.

A PEP national policy conference is held in Macedonia

February 24, 2016 | Skopje, Macedonia
On February 24, a team of local Macedonian researchers organized a policy conference in Skopje, to share and discuss their PEP findings on the potential use of remittances as a source of social protection.

PEP national policy conference in Senegal: "Female entrepreneurship, access to credit, and firms’ performance in Senegal"

On February 18, 2016, a team of local researchers organized a policy conference in Dakar, to share and discuss their PEP findings on gender differences in entrepreneurial activities, credit access and firms' performance in Senegal.

Congratulations to Jean-Yves Duclos; new Canadian Minister of Families, Children and Social Development

PEP co-founder Dr. Jean-Yves Duclos named Minister of Families, Children and Social Development in new Canadian Liberal Government.

Congratulations to PEP researcher Nikica Mojsoska Blazevski on her research award!

Dr Mojsoska Blazevski wins a Fulbright post-doctoral research award at Arizona State University, USA.

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.

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