The COMPASS 2015 research project was born out of CAFOD’s determination to ensure that the perspectives of those living in poverty are included in the post-2015 policy process. This in-depth participatory research is grounded in CAFOD partners’ work with people who are marginalised or living in poverty, having collected the views of 1,420 participants in 56 communities affected by poverty in four low and middle income countries (Bolivia, Philippines, Uganda and Zimbabwe). This research is unique because it combines a genuine participatory process with addressing key issues in the post-2015 policy discussion.
Contact: Andrea Rigon, Research Coordinator, CAFOD (arigon(at)cafod.org.uk)
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