Policies, public management and inequalities

At this roundtable, the members of the Course’s Academic Committee share concerns and proposals regarding the subject matter of this initiative of the UNESCO MOST Programme for Latin America and the Caribbean.

UNESCO representatives, Andrés Morales, Regional Specialist for Social Sciences and Luis Carrizo, Academic Coordinator, together with the Executive Secretary of CLACSO, Karina Batthyany from UDELAR, set out an overview of some of the issues to be addressed during the course.

Among others, the importance of a dialogue between social research and public policies, the quality and scope of research on inequality in the region, the complex, multidimensional weave of inequality and its relationship with violence, will guide this Course, aiming to achieve the 2030 Agenda’s Sustainable Development Goals.

These issues and others of similar importance are identified at this roundtable and brought up on various occasions throughout this collective exchange and learning experience.

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Inequalities in Latin America and the Caribbean: Research, Policy and Management for Social Transformations