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Whether you are an individual, organisation or research institution, IPC-IG offers a variety of opportunities for you to become involved in our work and support our mission!

How to submit a publication?

To submit the publication, please contact Mr. Roberto Astorino at: roberto.astorino@ipc-undp.org

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Join our Global Network of Contacts and receive regular publication announcements and other news from IPC-IG.

Online Directory of Research Centres

Join our online directory of research centres in the developing world by sending us the following information on your institution:

– Name of the institution
– Website
– Contact details
– Logo and short description of your centre
– Main research areas
– Key publication series

Our directory currently represents 27 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, 38 countries in sub-Saharan Africa, and 27 countries in Asia and the Pacific.

Poverty Networks

Our Poverty Networks gateway aims to facilitate the access to development knowledge across our network in 189 countries and help foster dialogue between researchers, policymakers, civil society and multilateral organizations. Join us by sending the following information to ipc@ipc-undp.org:

– Name of your institution
– Website
– Contact details
– Main work areas and activities
– Logo and short description of your institution

Poverty Networks are web-based platforms that share development-related information.

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