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Webinars

  • 7. Gender and Social Protection: Current Issues and Policy Trends

  • 8. A Framework and Practical Guidance on Linking Humanitarian Cash Transfers with Long-Term Social Safety Nets

  • 12. Inequality and Redistribution: Taxes and Transfers

  • 14. The ISPA Tool: Assessing the Quality of Social Protection Payment Delivery Mechanisms

  • 15. Fiscal Space for Social Protection: Harmonization of Contributory and Non- Contributory Programmes

  • 19. Fiscal Space for Social Protection: Social compacts for sustainable financing of social protection systems

  • 20. The ISPA Tool: How to use the tool for successful delivery of social protection payments?

  • 25. Constituency Building and Fiscal Space for Social Protection – Navigating Political Space

  • 30. From policy commitments to effective implementation of gender-sensitive social protection programmes

  • 31. ISPA tools and their role to support countries to produce well-informed, rapid diagnostics of their social protection systems

  • 32. The role of ISPA tools to support countries in producing rapid diagnostics of their Social Protection Systems

  • 39. Building rapid diagnostics of social protection systems: an introduction to CODI

  • 40. Building rapid diagnostics of social protection systems: the experience of applying CODI in Belize

  • 41. Lessons for the Universalisation of Health Care in Emerging Economies

  • 47. Benefit package design for universal health coverage: a framework for systematic decision-making on pharmaceuticals, country experiences and global best practices

  • 50. Information systems for the social protection sector: social registries and beyond

  • 54. What role can social protection play in responding to humanitarian emergencies? Findings from a global study

  • 56. Social accountability in the delivery of social protection: unpacking the concept

  • 57. Why is social protection vital to ensure that no person with a disability is left behind?

  • 59. Social accountability in the delivery of social protection: exploration of approaches and principles

  • 60. Measuring gender outcomes in social protection programmes: Why is it important? How best to do it?

  • 64. CoP SSC4C thematic webinar: how South-South cooperation contributes to achieving the SDG 6 of ensuring access of all to clean water and sanitation?

  • 68. Social accountability in the delivery of social protection: enabling environment

  • 69. South-South development tools, technology and innovations that support the achievement of SDGs for children

  • 70. Introducing openIMIS – an open source solution for universal health coverage

  • 71. Bringing a gender perspective into shock-responsive social protection

  • 73. Scaling and strengthening ECD initiatives through South-South cooperation

  • 76. Promoting inclusion through social protection: results from the UN Report on the World Social Situation

  • 80. Inequality reduction through social protection—webinar in preparation of the UN Commission for Social Development (CSocD 11-21 Feb)

  • 81. Expanding access to good practices on the elimination of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis (EMTCT) through SSC

  • 82. Building on government systems for shock preparedness and response: the role of social assistance data and information systems

  • 83. Realising rights: how can social protection advance gender equality?

  • 84. Social Protection systems for gender equality—Webinar in preparation of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW 11-22 March) on “Social Protection for Gender Equality”

  • 85. The politics of gender-responsive social protection

  • 86. New evidence on the effectiveness of targeting

  • 88. Promoting early childhood development through combining cash transfer and parenting programmes

  • 90. Financing gender-responsive social protection

  • 91. Assessing the performance of social protection systems: experiences using the Core Diagnostic Instrument (CODI) in Lebanon, the Philippines, and Guatemala

  • 92. Universal social protection in the context of the SDGs—where are we now?

  • 93. Universal social protection: achievements, challenges and opportunities

  • 95. Social Protection and Social Security

  • 99. Digital social protection – innovation for effectiveness

  • 100. Leveraging SSC to scale-up work on maternal and child health

  • 101. Food Security and Nutrition-Sensitive Social Protection: What do we know and where to go next?

  • 105. Global Social Protection Week: Achieving SDG 1.3 and universal social protection in the context of the future of work

  • 109. SPEC Webinar 10: Aligning Public Employment Programmes and Adaptive Social Protection

  • 110. Linking Cash and Voucher Assistance and Social Protection: What are the fundamentals humanitarians need to know?

  • 113. Linking cash and voucher assistance and social protection in forced displacement contexts

  • 115. Building Blocks: entry points for humanitarians when linking cash and voucher assistance in nascent Social protection systems

  • 116. Digital Platforms as Tools for Enhancing South-South and Triangular Cooperation Towards the SDGs

  • 117. An invitation to socialprotection.org: get to know our features and services better!

  • 118. Pathways’ Perspectives: Challenging the narrative on gender

  • 120. An integrated and digital social protection information system – outcomes, challenges & risks

  • 121. Women and Girls with Disabilities: Intersectional Approach for Eliminating Violence and Discrimination

  • 122. Exploring universal basic income: lessons for COVID-19 response and beyond

  • 124. How can social protection systems respond to the COVID-19 crisis?

  • 125. Social protection responses to COVID-19: Actions that can make a difference for older people

  • 126. G2P Payments in COVID-19 context: Key areas of action and experiences from country emergency actions

  • 127. Lessons learned and opportunities: Linking social protection systems to humanitarian cash transfers in a pandemic

  • 128. Impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on employment: (potential) solutions for informal/ self-employed workers

  • 130. Impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on formal sector workers: (potential) social protection and employment responses

  • 131. COVID-19 Experience of Countries ahead of the Global Curve: Country-to-Country Learning and South-South Cooperation

  • 132. Social protection financing in the wake of COVID-19 and beyond

  • 134. Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and the Coronavirus Crisis – Challenges and Responses: maintaining essential health services while responding to COVID-19

  • 136. Impacts of COVID-19 on care politics

  • 137. Linking Social Protection and humanitarian cash and voucher assistance (CVA) – what do we really know and where to start? Findings from the CaLP commissioned high level briefing paper at the time of COVID-19

  • 138. Impact of COVID-19 on public works programmes: policy options in the short and medium term

  • 140. Identification and registration of beneficiaries for social protection responses in the wake of COVID-19: challenges and opportunities

  • 142. Economic inclusion and COVID-19 response

  • 143. Emerging field practices to COVID-19 in refugee contexts

  • 144. (Missed) Opportunities? COVID-19 as an accelerator or blocker in inclusion of forcibly displaced in linking social protection and humanitarian cash transfers

  • 147. Migrants and COVID-19 – Emerging Practices

  • 148. Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and the Coronavirus Crisis – Challenges and Responses: maintaining essential health services for pregnant women and children while responding to COVID-19

  • 151. Why are human rights considerations fundamental to social protection responses to COVID-19?

  • 152. Unbundling the delivery chain: practical examples of linkages between humanitarian cash transfers and social protection from across the globe

  • 153. Managing continuity and preparedness of school feeding programmes under COVID-19 and the South-South cooperation role

  • 155. Reaching rural areas in the social protection response to COVID-19: opportunities and challenges

  • 156. Social Protection and Child Marriage: Evidence, Practice and Opportunities

  • 157. Disaster risk finance for better response to COVID-19 and other risks

  • 158. The role of local and national actors in linking humanitarian cash and social protection in response to the COVID-19 pandemic

  • 162. Gendered impacts of COVID-19 and social protection responses in rural areas

  • 163. Inclusion of persons with disabilities in social protection for COVID-19 recovery and beyond

  • 164. Rethinking economic inclusion for the poorest in the COVID-19 context

  • 165. GBV & Social Protection in COVID-19 and beyond – evidence & emerging practice

  • 166. In conversation: linking humanitarian cash and social protection in response to the COVID-19 pandemic: successes and challenges in ensuring inclusive responses

  • 167. Embedding localisation in the COVID-19 response

  • 169. Linking social protection, agriculture and food security and nutrition: diversifying production and diets

  • 172. Addressing Disability-related Costs through Social Protection Systems

  • 173. Disability identification, assessment, and determination in social protection systems: barriers to access and gateways to support

  • 174. 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?

  • 175. World Social Protection Data Dashboards Virtual Launch

  • 177. Social Protection in Response to COVID-19 and Beyond - Emerging Lessons on the Foundations of Delivery Systems

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

  • 179. The social contract and the role of social protection in building trust in government and strengthening the nation-state

  • 181. Interactive Learning Webinar: Connecting Child Protection, Social Protection and Humanitarian Cash – Working Together to Protect Children from the effects of COVID-19 and beyond

  • 182. Taking stock at the one-year mark: social protection during Covid-19 and beyond

  • 183. Innovations in extending social protection to rural populations: Perspectives for a common FAO and ILO approach

  • 186. Key Issues of Data Protection for Social Protection and Implications for Linking Social Protection to Sustainable Employment

  • 188. New OECD Database: Informality and Social Protection (KIIbIH) - Launch & Discussion

  • 190. Child Care Services and Women’s Work

  • 191. Building back better: How can Adaptive Social Protection ensure better preparedness for future shocks?

  • 199. Lessons learned from the COVID-19 crisis: moving towards inclusive social protection for persons with disabilities?

  • 200. Leveraging South-South and triangular cooperation in Advancing Child and Adolescent Mental Health in the context of COVID-19

  • 201. When to do a Social Protection Systems Review: How can ISPA’s CODI (the Core Diagnostic Instrument) help?

  • 202. Adaptive Social Protection, Decentralization, Localization: Challenges and opportunities for good governance in social protection delivery

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

  • 208. What makes a social protection system?