Date: 29 October 2020
UNICEF, FCDO, IFRC, The Alliance
The benefits of social protection and humanitarian actors working together in different ways across the “nexus” is well-recognised. To address the wide range of needs (in the last year, often pandemic-related), and particularly those of a socio-economic nature, the use of cash has been the response of choice for governments expanding their social protection systems as well as for humanitarian actors in a range of sectors, including child protection.
This webinar, which was interactive in nature, provided the opportunity to hear from humanitarian and social protection actors as they share their experiences in linking child protection approaches with humanitarian cash interventions and social protection, drawing on the recent policy paper published by The Alliance for Children Protection in Humanitarian Action, UNICEF, and Save The Children.
- Hani Mansourian, The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action
- Alison Sutton, Save the Children
- Julia Grasset, Save the Children
- Hushain Shakir, World Vision Bangladesh
- Kathryn Taetzsch, World Vision International
Discussants: Laura Lee, The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action / Proteknon Group
Moderator:Lois Austin, KML Consultant