Welcome to the global conference on Innovative Policies for Poverty Eradication and the Reduction of
Updated: Jun 21, 2019
We are pleased to invite you to join us at the Maiden edition of Global conference on innovative policies for poverty eradication and the reduction of inequalities through fiscal wage and social protection policies that will take place from September 24th - 28th 2019 in Stockholm, Sweden
The Conference is organized by The Organization for Poverty Alleviation & Development (OPAD), an internationally recognized Non-governmental Organization [INGO] operating in Europe, South America, Asia and Africa with an aim to stimulate community Oriented Poverty Alleviation initiatives that improve Sustainable Development; promote Democratic Governance, Human Rights, and Climate Change mitigation. The organization strives for inclusivity of poor people in Community Engagement Strategies, Public policy formulation and Research. The headquarters is located in Stockholm, Sweden.
How can development occur in the face of mounting global inequalities and the rapid depletion of the world’s resource base? Innovative approaches are needed to better understand recent trends in the distribution of wealth, income and opportunities in the capitalist world economy, and more fully comprehend the availability, use, and governance of resources. Original ideas are equally needed to gain insights into the transformative politics that might help to address the tensions and possible trade-offs between inequality reduction and sustainability. this conference invites scholars, practitioners and policy-makers to explore new directions for analyzing these pressing challenges and identify the kinds of institutions, policies, and collective action that are (or would be) necessary for achieving the reduction of global inequalities in a sustainable manner.
This conference will focus on issues of poverty and its reduction/ eradication, social inequality, policy management and mismanagement with an international perspective. As poverty continues to be a continual, often- inhumane problem, this conference intends to provide a comparative perspective in exploring past/current developments and conditions to better understand the continual downward spiral many individuals and families find themselves in.
The Conference will also address questions regarding the role and importance of equal distribution of resources and social inclusion. The potential roles and impacts less-developed countries have on politics, business, education and the public sector. In addition, major social and economic trends and their potential for poverty reduction will be analyzed.
The conference will furthermore address the many effects of poverty, rural development, including social isolation, human trafficking, displacement, suicide and homelessness. Poverty reduction strategies, economic growth, free market, fair trade, social aid and the unavoidable effects of globalization.
This extremely exciting and thought-provoking international Conference is intended to be a forum, discussion and networking place for researchers, international development agencies, academics, professionals, administrators, educational leaders, policy makers, industry representatives, and the general public.
More specifically, it targets:
Government officials and policy makers: learn about the best practices; learn more about the new approaches related to poverty reduction strategies and social equality, network with other policy makers and NGOs working in the field of poverty reduction and sustainable development.
NGOs: Network with other international NGOs, possible donors and colleagues from around the world and share your achievements and strategies with others.
Company representatives: Opportunity to enhance your leadership and communication skills, learn more about the new approaches of sustainable development, meet colleagues, exchange ideas and establish new connections and partnerships
International Development Organizations: learn about the best practices; learn more about the new approaches related to poverty reduction strategies and social equality, learn more about the effective Nordic models and how the same can be applied to other regions for sustainable development.
Scholars: Learn about new approaches and hear about others experience and pass on the knowledge to others
The General Public: Interested in making some positive changes around them and gaining new knowledge, skills and friends and becoming more useful to their own communities.
This maiden conference will provide unlimited resources and opportunities to interact with prominent leaders in the field and significantly increase your global network of scholars and professionals.