29 March 2018
This webinar discussed the ways in which social protection can enable women to work, either by providing suitable and gender-sensitive work, or by enabling working women to access transfers and payments. It discussed labour-intensive employment, cash and asset transfer programmes whereby the cultural and contextual meaning of gender roles and rights have enabled a more effective delivery of social protection.
Panellist: Hania Sholkamy, Associate Research Professor, American University in Cairo’s Social Research Centre
Moderator: Lea Derr, Advisor, Global Programme Global Alliances for Social Protection