Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP)
1992-12 Paris France
Dec 1992, Paris (France), at 19th General Assembly of H-XA2466 - International Social Science Council (ISSC), when Programme was endorsed and Scientific Committee approved, the proposal having been endorsed in May 1991 by ISSC Executive Committee. CROP Secretariat opened, 2 Jun 1993. Agreement between ISSC and University of Bergen (Norway) incorporating CROP into the university's academic and administrative environment. Until 2017, used title of ISSC Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP). Transitioned into a new programme of University of Norway and A-XM6956 - International Science Council (ISC), 2019.
Work in collaboration with knowledge networks, institutions and scholars to build independent and critical knowledge on poverty, and help shape policies for preventing and eradicating poverty.
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