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  • irvin dawid
    Sorry for the duplication - those of us who attended the Berkeley conference, Where will the Poor live? , should have received this alert as well, Irv ...
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      Sorry for the duplication - those of us who attended the Berkeley
      conference, "Where will the Poor live?", should have received this alert as
      well,
      Irv

      ----Original Message Follows----
      From: larry rosenthal <lar@...>
      To: bphup_list@...
      Subject: Friday! 21Feb: "Reducing Int'l Urban Poverty" Event at UCBkly.
      Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2003 20:52:33 -0800

      You are invited:

      JAMES FITZ G. FORD of The World Bank Group will present an informal seminar
      at 12:00 noon, Friday, February 21, 2003, at the Goldman School of Public
      Policy, 2607 Hearst Avenue in Berkeley.

      Mr. Ford will discuss "Strategies for Urban Poverty Reduction in Developing
      Countries," focusing on the global efforts of the World Bank and other
      international financial and policy institutions.

      The event is free and open to Berkeley students, faculty, staff and the
      public.

      Please mark your calendar for this exciting event.

      ============================================

      Sponsored by the Berkeley Program on Housing and Urban Policy
      (http://urbanpolicy.berkeley.edu), promoting academic excellence and
      national leadership in housing studies and the application of knowledge to
      urban policy, with institutional support from the Haas School of Business,
      the College of Environmental Design and the Goldman School of Public Policy.


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