Presentations of PEP researchers at an international conference in Quebec City

April 29 – 30, Auberge Saint-Antoine - Quebec City

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On April 29-30, 2011, a group of international experts was gathered in Quebec City to present and discuss the latest findings on emerging poverty and development issues in the South. From child labor to agricultural development, abortion, or the impact of mobile phones, the range of topics was quite extensive (see the program below). Apart from Canada and the United States, the participants came from different countries of Europe, Asia and Latin America. Among these internationally renowned experts, three PEP-affiliated researchers, Dileni Gunewardena, Pramila Krishnan and Maria Laura Alzua, were invited to present their latest work and comment on that of their fellow researchers.  
The event was organized by the Centre interuniversitaire sur le risque, les politiques économiques et l’emploi (CIRPÉE) of Université Laval, host institution of the PEP North American Office.

See the conference program


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