Commission for Social Development Takes Up Five Draft Resolutions as It Approaches End of Forty-Ninth Session (17 February 2011): The Commission for Social Development took up five draft resolutions today as it approached the end of its forty-ninth session, built around the theme of poverty eradication.
Social Policy Can Place Nation on Firm Footing towards Sustained Growth if Broader Socioeconomic, Political Goals Also Addressed, Social Development Commission Told (16 February 2011)
ILO Press Conference on the importance of Social Protection in Eradicating Poverty, 14 February 2011
Commission for Social Development Discusses Social Protection as Delegates Consider How to Meet Needs of Vast Ageing Population (14 February 2011)
Economic Growth Could Carry Social Costs if Not Buffeted by Social Protection Schemes during Economic Boom and Busts, Social Development Commission Told (11 February 2011)
Anti-Poverty Experts in Commission for Social Development Offer Ways to Keep Ranks of People without Adequate Food, Clothing, Shelter from Swelling (10 February 2011)
Improving Lives of World’s Poor to Remain Elusive Unless Global Community Tackles Youth Unemployment, Social Development Commission Told at Opening of Session (9 February 2011)
Commission for Social Development to Address Poverty Eradication, Debate Social Protection at Headquarters, 9-18 February (7 February 2011)