Research on Poverty, Development and Health in Latin America

On October 1-2, 2009, CROP, The Latin America committee/UiB, HEMIL Centre/UiB, CMI (‘Right to health through litigation’ project), and NorLARNet at the University of Bergen. 

“Across continents and including in Latin America, there is a disconnect between health researchers working in places of poverty, and development researchers working in places of poverty.” This is evident at every level: teaching, scientific gatherings, publishing, theory development, research methodology, dissemination of research findings and linkages to policy makers. This two-day seminar aimed to identify the critical agenda for linking the worlds of development, poverty and health research. The purpose was to feed into a discussion of constraints and barriers for this research agenda, and ways of overcoming them through collaborative projects. Learn More 

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