Session Six: South-south cooperation and supportive

International Symposium on Child Poverty and Development

Highlights

1. Recent changes in the social protection policies of Latin American countries: What we learned
Romulo Paesde Sousa, Institute of Development Studies

2. Diffusion of experience and lessons across countries: the process of policy diffusion
Gabriele Köhler, Institute of Development Studies

3. The importance of evidence in public policy: Measuring poverty for children in a multidimensional way in Mexico
Gonzalo Hernández Licona, National Council for the Evaluation of Social Development Policy, Mexico

4. Child poverty elimination: Model comparison and its policy implications
Yu Jiantuo, China Development Research Foundation

5. Child poverty alleviation and south-south cooperation: ONDH  (Morocco) and Coneval (Mexico)
Rachid Benmokhtar Benabdellah, National Observatory of Human Development, Morocco

6. The changing world: Implications for children
Chai Jingqing, Policy Analysis Section, UNICEF New York

Session Six South-south cooperation and supportive
Author(s)
The State Council Leading Group Office of Poverty Alleviation and Development, AusAID, UNICEF
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Languages
Chinese, English

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