Publication
Author:Michelle Morais de Sa e Silva
Subject: Social Protection and CCTs
" /> Abstract: For South-South cooperation, the current moment of global economic downturn is one of anxiety. South-South cooperation was born with the Non-Aligned Movement. It went through a latent period, but re-emerged in the 1990s and early 2000s. The momentum gathered when a handful of middle-income countries such as Brazil, India, Mexico and South Africa were set to improve their position as global players. They had developed some relatively successful social programmes, which they sought to share with other developing countries. Considering that conventional North-South cooperation had turned out to be of limited effectiveness, South-South cooperation gained further impetus.

keywords: South-South Cooperation in Times of Global Economic Crisis
Date Publication: 02/27/2009 (All day)
Type/Issue: One Pager / 76
Language: English