24 November 2020
In the context of the Agenda 2030 and its SDG framework, countries need to intensify their efforts to improve their national social protection monitoring and evaluation systems. Robust national statistical systems on social protection are a necessary condition to ensure adequate monitoring of progress at the national level. Likewise, the capacity of the international community to track progress on social protection at the global level hinges on the capacity of national statistical systems to produce robust and timely data. The COVID-19 crisis has exposed the great urgency of improving the monitoring of progress in the development of social protection systems.
This webinar gave greater visibility to the range of social protection tools and data available in the ILO World Social Protection Data Dashboards and familiarized the potential users with the functionalities of the dashboards.
- Pedro Conceição, UNDP
- Camila Arza, CONICET/CIEPP
- Stephen Kidd, Development Pathways
- Gloria Siaca, National Institute for Social Action, Mozambique
- Chompoopen Sirithorn, Social Security Organization, Thailand
- Laura Alfers, WIEGO
- Marcelo Caetano, ISSA
- Rafael Diez de Medina, ILO
- Fabio Duran, ILO
- Valeria Nesterenko, ILO
Moderator: Shahra Razavi, ILO