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Peru and the Persistence of Inequality

This conference will see Peruvian and European academics and development professionals come together to discuss the causes and consequences of inequality in Peru.


High rates of economic growth over recent years are often cited as evidence of Peru’s developmental success. While such growth has undoubtedly brought significant benefits, these have not been evenly distributed throughout the country. Inequality and poverty remain serious issues.

This year’s annual conference will examine the causes and consequences of inequality in Peru. It will feature discussion of a wide range of issues, including the effectiveness of state social programmes, distribution of mining profits, and the link between poverty and increased coca cultivation.


Speaker(s):

Lord Avebury | talks
Dr Pedro Francke | talks
Dr Julio Cotler | talks
Dr Leonith Hinojosa | talks
Dr Marilyn Thomson | talks
Ursula Durand | talks
Diego Moya-Ocampos | talks

 

Date and Time:

17 November 2012 at 10:30 am

Duration:

Full Day

 

Venue:

CAFOD
Romero House
55 Westminster Bridge Road
London
SE1 7JB


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Organised by:

Peru Support Group
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Tickets:

(inc. lunch) £6 Members and concessions / £12 full-price

Available from:

On the door, but please reserve your place by e-mailing info@perusupporgroup.org.uk

Additional Information:

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