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Bolsa Família is often promoted as a model of good practice for social protection programmes in the developing world.

Fortunately, both poverty and extreme poverty have shown a significant decrease in Brazil.

The quality of the mechanism used to deliver payments to beneficiaries in a Social Protection (SP) program has a direct bearing on program’s success or failure.

The market environment in which discriminatory firms operate may be a relevant determinant of their extent of discrimination. In this paper we aim at analysing the effect of local labour market conditions on a firm’s decision to discriminate.

This study analyzes the impact of an exogenous, positive income shock on caregivers’ subjective well-being in Malawi using panel data from 3,365 households targeted to receive Malawi’s Social Cash Transfer Programme that provides unconditional cash to ultra-poor, labour-constrained households.

The first ever progress report on the new global development agenda provides the most up-to-date statistics on poverty, hunger, education and sanitation, among others, so that the world can address urgent global challenges over the next 15 years. 

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As many as one billion children under the age of 18 experience some form of violence every year.

This report highlights some findings in relation to employment, poverty and gender using data from the St Lucia Survey of Living Conditions. 

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Uruguay stands out in Latin America and the Caribbean for the significant and early progress it achieved in terms of social protection.

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