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Ocampo Delivers Kapuscinski Lecture

September 24, 2013
Columbia University   New York, New York, United States

Two top global thinkers - Esther Duflo and Jose Antonio Ocampo discussed the post 2015 development agenda and anti-poverty strategies in a Kapuscinski lecture delivered at Columbia University on September 24, 2013.


About the Kapuscinski Lectures:  Top global thinkers discuss development in the European Union countries.  The series "Kapuscinski Development Lectures", named for Ryszard Kapuscinski, a Polish reporter and writer who covered developing countries, is organized jointly by the European Commission, the United Nations Development Programme and partner universities and development think-tank.  

The lecture series offers students from the European Union member states an unprecedented opportunity to learn and discuss about development issues such as climate change, human rights, aid effectiveness, Europe-Africa relations, Millennium Development Goals among other. The high-level events contribute to the debate and formulation of the European development policy. The lectures are livestreamed at http://www.kapuscinskilectures.eu and their content is shared on this website.

Event Information

Type Speeches
Program Poverty