In troubling times, academics must rally together…

20 Feb

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We stand at a crossroad. It is more critical than ever for principled academics to stand together against the policies and narratives that further marginalize the vulnerable.

Call for Entries to the Fourth Annual Amartya Sen Essay Prize

20 Feb

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Call for Entries to the Fourth Annual Amartya Sen Essay Prize. This year, Global Financial Integrity and Academics Stand Against Poverty will be awarding the fourth annual Amartya Sen Prizes to the two best original essays on the moral assessment of tax dodging.

Academics Stand Against Poverty UK are looking for a short-term coordinator to get them off the ground!

17 May

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Are you passionate about rigorous, context-sensitive and nuanced information reaching the public discourse to inform political decision-making? Do you enjoy a solid project management challenge and can you hit the ground running? Then Academics Stand Against Poverty (ASAP) want to hear from you!

Cat Has Joined The ASAP Board

26 Nov

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Cat has recently been appointed to the Academics Stand Against Poverty Board of Directors. Alongside a dedicated panel, she seeks to continue the work of ASAP in tackling poverty through academic research and outreach. As the current Co-Chair of ASAP UK, Cat has extensive experience with ASAP, and has been a major contributor to the […]

ASAP Illicit Financial Flows Conference: 23rd October 2013

30 Sep

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Academics Stand Against Poverty are holding a conference on Illicit Financial Flows. Every year $1 trillion is lost to developing countries through corruption, money laundering and corporate tax evasion. These losses aggravate those living in poverty and weaken institutions that are intended to sustain livelihoods. At this conference, ASAP present their research into this area, […]

‘Stop Illicit Financial Flows in 2015’ – ASAP Launches New Campaign – Join Up Now!

4 Jun

Academics Stand Against Poverty Seeks Contributo​rs to Impact: Global Poverty

12 Apr

Structural Roots of Poverty Conference: 14-16 February, Yale

5 Feb