Africa & Development
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INVITED EDITOR
Editorial from
Cátia Batista, Rita Neves, and Vítor Cavalcante.
November 16, 2022
1. No poverty

1. No poverty

Eradicate poverty in all its forms everywhere
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8. Decent work and economic growth

Promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all
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ZONA DE IMPACTO, EP 1: Ending world poverty through migration

Is international migration the best way to fight poverty in the world? What are the benefits for those who welcome migrants? How to reduce irregular migration to Europe? These are some of the topics discussed by Rita Neves, Vítor Cavalcante and Cátia Batista, based on the research they developed through NOVAfrica both in Portugal and in Africa. Listen to this debate in this first episode of Zona de Impacto.

You can listen to this first episode of the Podcast Expresso & Nova SBE "Zona de Impacto" here. - It is in Portuguese.

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