Africa & Development
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INVITED EDITOR
Editorial from
Cátia Batista
Associate Professor of Economics at Nova SBE | Scientific Director of NOVAFRICA Knowledge Center
November 16, 2022
10. Reduced inequalities

10. Reduced inequalities

Reduce inequalities within countries and between countries
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17. Partnerships for the goals

Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development
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1. No poverty

Eradicate poverty in all its forms everywhere
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Cátia Baptista and the humanitarian crisis in Ceuta

Cátia Baptista, Scientific Director of the Nova SBE NOVAFRICA Knowledge Center, was asked by TVI24, Expresso and SIC Notícias to comment on the humanitarian crisis in Ceuta, how the phenomenon will likely worsen over the following years, and how Europe must create public mechanisms to allow young people to legally migrate.‍

Cátia Baptista, Scientific Director of the Nova SBE NOVAFRICA Knowledge Center, was asked by TVI24, Expresso and SIC Notícias to comment on the humanitarian crisis in Ceuta, how the phenomenon will likely worsen over the following years, and how Europe must create public mechanisms to allow young people to legally migrate.‍

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Associate Professor of Economics at Nova SBE | Scientific Director of NOVAFRICA Knowledge Center
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