Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa
Conseil pour le développement de la recherche en sciences sociales en Afrique
Conselho para o Desenvolvimento da Pesquisa em Ciências Sociais em África
مجلس تنمية البحوث الإجتماعية في أفريقيا


Changing the date and the place - SEVENTH SOUTH-SOUTH INSTITUTE (CLACSO-CODESRIA-IDEAs): INEQUALITY, DEMOCRACY AND DEVELOPMENT UNDER NEOLIBERALISM AND BEYOND

November 3 to 8, 2014 in Bangkok, Thailand

Number of visits: 1804

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

The Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) and the International Development Economic Associates (IDEAs), are pleased to announce – in the framework of the third three-year phase of the Africa/Asia/
Latin America Scholarly Collaborative Programme – the call for applications for participation in the Seventh South-South Institute on INEQUALITY, DEMOCRACY AND DEVELOPMENT UNDER NEOLIBERALISM AND BEYOND. The Institute will be held in Bangkok, Thailand, from November 3 to 8, 2014.

Within the ambit of the third phase of the Africa/Asia/Latin America Scholarly Collaborative Programme, a series of activities have been scheduled, among them an annual South-South Institute. The Institute is primarily designed to offer research training to younger scholars on the diverse problems and challenges facing the countries of the South. In doing so, we also seek to promote the revival and growth
of comparative thinking and cross-regional networking among a younger generation of Southern scholars.
As was done during the first two phases of this programme, the different sessions of the South-South Institute rotate among the three continents where the lead collaborating institutions are located, namely, Africa, Asia and Latin America. In this way, participants, who will also be drawn from all three continents, are exposed to the socio-historical contexts of other regions of the South as an input that helps to
broaden their analytical perspectives and improves the overall quality of their scientific engagements.




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