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Wednesday, February 21, 2007 

Second MOST-UNESCO Summer School for Latin America and the Caribbean
Local development policies and social management. Overcoming poverty and inequality in Latin America.

This Summer School aims to bring together young researchers, scholars and students following a Masters degree or a PhD from the region. It will take place in Salvador de Bahía (Brasil) from 26 February to 2 March 2007. The official language will be Spanish. The programme will concentrate on the following themes: poverty, social management and local development. More >>>

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