International scientific research and academic cooperation
Recently, the book "Vulnerabilidad, pobreza y políticas sociales: abanico de sentidos en América Latina, Europa y China: Vulnerabilidad, pobreza y políticas sociales: abanico de sentidos en América Latina, Europa y China: Vulnerabilidad, Poverty and Social Policy.
Taking the Development of Latin America, Europe and China as Examples", published in Published by the Argentine CICCUS Publishing House (ciccus.org.ar) under the Council (CLACSO).
The Latin American Council of Social Sciences is a non-governmental international organization under UNESCO, dedicated to research in the field of social and humanities.
In 2018, Shanghai International Studies University became its first member institution in China. Angélica De Sena, a researcher at the National Council of Science and Technology Research (CONICET) of Argentina and a scholar at the University of Buenos Aires, served as the editor-in-chief of the book.
Vulnerability, poverty, and social policy are concepts that have their own emphasis but are intertwined with each other in the field of social sciences.
They come from Spain, France, Ireland, Italy in Europe, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico in Latin America, and more than a dozen countries in 8 countries in China.
The scholars have worked together to focus on "the physical and mental vulnerability of the poor", "the risk of women's poverty in southern Italy", "the dual-driven development of social investment and innovation", "aging poverty and social policies", and "vulnerable groups in AIDS in France" “Social Intervention in the 21st Century”, “Argentina's Vulnerability and Social Policy in the 21st Century”, “Argentine Poverty Issues and Social Programs in Recent Years”, “Mexico Social Forced Displacement Issues”, “How to Symbiosis in Colombia in the 21st Century”, etc.
From the perspective of regional and country studies, it deeply analyzes a series of common issues that need to be faced by many countries and regions around the world, such as "vulnerability, deprivation, poor groups, social sensitivity, policy construction, and social intervention".
The "Project Hope since 1989: 30 Years of Poverty Alleviation Practice and Experience in China's Educational Poverty Alleviation" co-authored by Professor Yu Man, the director of the Department of Western Languages at SISU and Li Xiaoke.
Is the only research result from Chinese scholars included in the book. Based on extensive research and detailed data, the two authors systematically introduced the achievements my country has achieved in implementing the Hope Project and other educational poverty alleviation programs during the 30 years from 1989 to 2019.
Especially since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, under the guidance of General Secretary Xi Jinping's goal of "alleviating poverty through education and helping more families get rid of poverty".
The Hope Project will help all people overcome poverty, promote the balanced development of education, serve the growth of young people, and lead social trends. The important role played by aspects.
As a social welfare undertaking in my country, Project Hope has funded more than 6 million students from poor families and built more than 20,000 Hope Primary Schools through diversified and precise investment.
The practice has proved that the Hope Project is an effective and sustainable road to poverty alleviation through education with Chinese characteristics, and it provides a Chinese program and experience that can be used for reference in carrying out education poverty alleviation in other parts of the world.