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Management of Social Transformations (MOST) Programme  
Management of Social Transformations (MOST) Programme
The MOST Programme's primary purpose is to transfer relevant Social Sciences research findings and data to decision-makers and other stakeholders.

  femmes_politiques_50.gif     Femmes et politiques urbaines. Ruses, luttes et stratégies.
Hainard, François; Verschuur, Christine
(Women and urban politics. Fights and strategies for social change.)  More...


  desarrollo_sm.jpg     Local Development and Governance. Transdisciplinary approaches.
Carrizo, Luis; Gallicchio, Enrique (editors)
Research and Policy for Latin American Development  More...


  capacitacion_sm.jpg     Training, another view
Duch Gary, Irene; Garibay, Françoise; Quesnel Galván, Erick
Lessons from Mexican experiences of rural training  More...


  pari_urbain_sm.gif     Urban gamble in Latin America
Miguel Bodizzone, Yasna Contreras Gatica, Jorge di Paula, Heitor Frugoli Jr., Liliana Furlong, Daniel Hiernaux, Ignacio Lewkowicz, Pablo Ligrone, Mauricio Memoli, Carina Laneiro, Alicia Novick, Catherine Paquette, Sandra Jatahy Pesavento, Nora Quiñones
Living in city centres  More...


  les_mots_sm.gif     Urban stigmatisation words
Raffaele Cattedra, Jean-Charles Depaule, Alain Faure, Yankel Fijalkow, Mona Harb, Jean-François Pérouse, Sandra Jatahy Pesavento, Nicolas Puig, David Reeder, José Tavares Correia de Lira, Anthony Schuman
Jean-Charles Depaule (dir.)  More...



  ln_bamba_sm.jpg     Interview with Professor Lambert N’galadjo Bamba: ‘Development is a change in attitudes.’
UNESCO - Sector for Social and Human Sciences - 2009-04
in SHSviews 24  More...


  pf_casini_sm.jpg     Interview with Pier Ferdinando Casini: ‘No democracy without partnership between men and women.’
UNESCO - Sector for Social and Human Sciences - 2009-01
in SHSviews 23  More...


  k_matsuura_sm.jpg     Interview with Koïchiro Matsuura: ‘Social and human sciences play an indispensable role.’
UNESCO - Sector for Social and Human Sciences - 2008-01
in SHSviews 19  More...


  shsviews_18_sm.jpg     Dossier: The dialogue between researchers and policy makers: what is the role of UNESCO?
UNESCO - Sector for Social and Human Sciences - 2007-10
in SHS Views 18  More...


  alain_caille_sm.jpg     Interview with Alain Caillé: "the world and the social sciences have become fragmented"
UNESCO - Sector for Social and Human Sciences - 2006-12
in SHSviews 15  More...


  z_skweyiya_sm.jpg     Interview with Zola Skweyiya: “Politicians don’t like to be told what to do, the challenge is to find ways to actively involve researchers”
UNESCO - Sector for Social and Human Sciences - 2005-12
in SHS Newsletter 11  More...


  d_filmus_sm.jpg     Interview with Daniel Filmus, former Minister and social scientist: “I applaud the social scientist’s political commitment”
UNESCO - Sector for Social and Human Sciences - 2005-07
in SHS Newsletter 09  More...



      MOST Digital Library
The MOST Digital Library contains results from research carried out during the first ten years of the MOST Programme.  More...


      MOST Policy Papers

The Policy Papers, dedicated to social transformations and based on policy-relevant research results of work carried out by MOST and by other sections of UNESCO's Social and Human Sciences Programme, are intended for policy makers, advocacy groups, business and media.  More...


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