Ana Sojo

United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, ECLAC

Up February 2016, independent consultant. From 1989 to January 2016, researcher and technical advisor about social protection, poverty, social cohesion and care at ECLAC (CEPAL). Prior I was researcher, professor and director of the Master Program in Sociology at the University of Costa Rica. Master in Sociology and PhD in Sociology and Economics from the Freie Universität Berlin. I have published a broad range of specialized books and articles; I coordinated and cowrote the flagship of ECLAC Social Panorama of Latin America in 2012 and 2013 and in 2006 the book Social Cohesion in Latin America: Inclusion and Sense of Belonging and in 2007 the Report on MDGs related with health; in 2015, with Lais Abramo, the overall drafting of the ECLAC Report Inclusive social development development The next generation of policies for overcoming poverty and reducing inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean