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The Value of South-South Exchange

Anush Bezhanyan's picture
As we conclude a five day south-south learning forum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, participants reflect on the value of south-south exchanges, what resonated the most, and more importantly strategies they can replicate in their respective countries.

The south-south forum brought together more than 200 policymakers and experts from around the world on social protection systems. The event provided an opportunity for participants to learn from each other’s experiences and build a network of practitioners for continued collaboration.
Participants of South-South Forum, Brazil
This post is part of a series appearing from the 2014 South-South Learning Forum – Designing and Delivering Social Protection and Labor Systems – held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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