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Welcome to the latest Inclusive Growth Bulletin covering South-South Learning on innovative poverty reduction strategies.

The rapid ascendancy of social protection up the development policy agenda in the past ten to 15 years raises questions about whether its current prominence will be sustained, or whether it will turn out to be just another development fad that declines and ultimately disappears.

There is a consensus among poverty experts that over the past 50 years there has been some improvement in the condition of the poor.

This study explores the question of structural change and inclusive development in South Africa and Brazil.

This paper explores the direct effect of an education expansion on the level of earnings inequality by carrying out microsimulations for most Latin American countries.

Not just economic growth satisfies to continue reducing poverty and inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Sixteen months before the end of his administration, Peruvian President Ollanta Humala reaffirmed the government is still focused on growth and social inclusion to reduce inequalities across the country.

BRASILIA, Jan 29 2015 (IPS) - With the current Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) expiring at the end of this year to be replaced by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which will set priorities for the next fifteen years, 2015 will be a crucial year for the future of global development.

This report examines the situation of Guatemalan youths based on an approach about the opportunity for human developing they represent. The analysis arises in the context of a set of basic opportunities: live, learn, participate and enjoy.


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