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Capability Association

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Monthly Archives: December 2014

Conference “Unaccompanied Minors. Reception,Training, Integration”

The Conference aims to deepen knowledge of a migratory phenomenon of unaccompanied minors. We will try together with political authorities, academics, representatives of national and international institution, in addition to operators, who daily work with these children, to analyze this reality. Furthermore we will try to find possible training answers, that are able to reconcile the reception with the integration, in a increasingly cosmopolitan society. Attended by prominent leaders of the institutional and academic (Veneto Region, UNHCR, UNICEF)
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Summer School “Methodologies for Impact Evaluation”

We are pleased to announce that the first edition of the ARCO Lab Summer School on Methodologies for Impact Evaluation will be held in Florence on the 17th-19th June 2015.

The summer school is directed to consultants, doctoral and post doctoral students, academics, as well as anyone interested in methods used in evidence-based policy making.

Prof. Donald B. Rubin and Prof. Fabrizia Mealli will be among the instructors of the summer school. Participants will have the opportunity to appraise cutting-edge methodologies directly from some of the scholars who are currently setting the methodological frontier.

The school will also be a valuable opportunity for networking with other impact evaluation professionals coming from diverse fields while enjoying the beauty of Florence.

To know more about the summer school

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Conference of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics: Mini-Conference CfP

The overall subject of next year's SASE conference is "Inequality in the 21st Century". The German Socioeconomic Reporting Network ( has successfully submitted a proposal for a Mini-Conference on the topic "Inequality of what? Social monitoring and the difficult choice of analytical concepts and an implementable metric" and welcomes submissions on the Capabiltiy Approach as a possible concept for socio-economic monitoring. Please see the details of the CfP for this mini-conference on the SASE-website.

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