Operationalising the HDP nexus for social protection in the Occupied Palestinian Territory

Webinar Operationalising the HDP nexus for social protection in the Occupied Palestinian Territory 27 July 2023International Labour Organization, ILO; United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF; European Union, EU; OxfamIn the Occupied…

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The Role of National Response Plans in improving Coordination: The Case of Madagascar

Webinar The Role of National Response Plans in improving Coordination: The Case of Madagascar 22 September 2022 SPIAC-B Working Group on Linking Humanitarian (Cash) Assistance and Social Protection The webinar aimed to…

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What is the role of a humanitarian donor in linking with social protection systems?

Webinar What is the role of a humanitarian donor in linking with social protection systems? 8 September 2022 The department for humanitarian aid and civil protection, DG ECHO The DG ECHO-led webinar…

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Changing the mindset – turning the theory into practice: Incorporating gender-sensitivity into linked humanitarian cash and social protection interventions

Webinar Changing the mindset – turning the theory into practice: Incorporating gender-sensitivity into linked humanitarian cash and social protection interventions 19 August 2021UNICEF, IFRC, FDCO, WFPThis webinar, which was structured…

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Linking humanitarian cash and social protection – ECHO’s vision and practical examples from Somalia and Jordan

Webinar Linking humanitarian cash and social protection – ECHO’s vision and practical examples from Somalia and Jordan 17 June 2021UNICEF, IFRC, FCDOThe benefits of social protection and humanitarian actors working…

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Keeping recipients of humanitarian cash and social protection informed – the importance of outreach and communications

Webinar Keeping recipients of humanitarian cash and social protection informed – the importance of outreach and communications 15 April 2021UNICEF, IFRC, FCDOThe benefits of social protection and humanitarian actors working…

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Paper Launch: Economics of Early Response and Resilience to COVID-19

Webinar Paper Launch: Economics of Early Response and Resilience to COVID-19 8 April 2021SPACEThe recently published SPACE paper on the Economics of Early Response and Resilience to COVID-19 builds on…

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From practice to policy: Book Launch- Social Protection- Lands of Blossoming Hope and lessons for policy influencing for stronger COVID response

Webinar From practice to policy: Book Launch- Social Protection- Lands of Blossoming Hope and lessons for policy influencing for stronger COVID response 17 December 2020UNICEF, SOAS University of London, EPRI,…

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Donor perspectives: What is the potential for forging stronger links between humanitarian CVA and social protection in light of COVID-19 and how can this be financed?

Webinar Donor perspectives: What is the potential for forging stronger links between humanitarian CVA and social protection in light of COVID-19 and how can this be financed? 19 November 2020IFRC,…

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