Making Social Protection Work

The Challenge of Social Governance in Countries of Transition
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A Central European University Press Book
POLITICS & GOVER
ContributionsMichael Cichon (Editor), Lenia (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12041931M
ISBN 101858660467
ISBN 139781858660462
OCLC/WorldCa231722278

Excluded from existing social protection schemes. To date, however, the integration of gender concerns in social protection has been uneven and ambiguous, with women’s specific risks and constraints not addressed. Drawing on cross-country evidence and experiences, this brief highlights promising ways to make SPFs work for women.

Cash for Care: Making Social Protection Work for Children’s Care and Well-being 7 1. The research took place in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) as this region has seen a particular rise in the number of children outside of parental care.

This brief synthesizes research findings, analysis and policy recommendations on making social protection floors work for women. It draws on key findings of UN Women’s flagship report, Progress of the World’s Women – Making Social Protection Work for Children in Central and Eastern Europe, The Caucasus and Central Asia: Findings and Recommendations.

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Organization (s): UNICEF. Regions: Central Asia, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, The Caucasus. Country: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kosovo.

Making Social Policy Work for Women. Organization(s): OHCHR, UN WOMEN, UNRISD Year: Watch human rights and policy specialists quit their silos and dialogue productively across disciplines in the third panel, entitled Making social policy work for women, of the research-advocacy-policy workshop Substantive Making Social Protection Work book for Women: Connecting Human Rights and Public Policy organized by UNRISD.

Making social protection work for and with mothers. UN New York, 63rd Commission on the Status of Women - MMM Statement highlights that the 2 main pillars of social protection, health and income security, are particularly relevant for mothers and their children.

But, when adequately supported, mothers also do contribute to social. The Routledge Handbook of Critical Pedagogies for Social Work traverses new territory by providing a cutting-edge overview of the work of classic and contemporary theorists, in a way that expands. The project is financed by the EU and implemented jointly by the ILO, UNICEF and the Global Coalition for social protection floors.

It seeks to enhance policy coherence in the design and financing of social protection and increase political recognition of its potential and value. Social protection covers the range of policies and programmes needed to reduce the lifelong consequences of poverty and exclusion.

Programmes like cash transfers – including child grants, school meals, skills development and more – help connect families with health care, nutritious food and quality education to give all children, no matter what circumstances they are born into, a fair.

Analysis versus intuition .4 The role of practice wisdom. 4 Methods. 5   Read more about UNICEF’s work on social protection for children here. Help us spread the message: Invest in social protection for children = Invest in a better future for your country.

Elena Gaia is a Policy Analysis Specialist for Social and Economic Policy, based at the UNICEF Regional Office for CEE/CIS. Social Making Social Protection Work book can be defined as the ‘set of public and private policies and programmes aimed at preventing, reducing and eliminating economic and social vulnerabilities to poverty and deprivation’.

It comprises various types of instruments, and includes social insurance systems, labour market policies, and other social transfers. Under this theme participants will draw on their own professional experience to discuss: what evidence on the use of social protection is both available and required for improving policy, programming and implementation in relation to disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation; when in the decision making process this information is.

This brief synthesizes research findings, analysis and policy recommendations on making social protection floors work for women.

The idea of a social protection floor (SPF) is now firmly established on the global development agenda. Defined as a set of minimum guarantees, including basic income security for children, working-age adults, older. You can protect the Excel file by specifying two passwords: one to open, and the other to modify.

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2 How to use this resource This learning resource consists of: • a short film, which introduces the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act (the Act) and the principles that underpin it • a workbook that looks at how the principles of the Act can be applied in practice.

This resource has been designed so it can be used on an individual or group basis. Liz Davies is an Emeritus Reader in Child Protection at London Metropolitan University and a registered social worker.

She began her academic post inand gained her PhD, entitled Protecting children - a critical contribution to policy and practice ing her work, in the s, as a mental health social worker, she was team manager in the London Borough of Islington where /5(2).

This summary explains how Save the Children is strengthening the key social protection programmes in the Philippines, known as the 4Ps, to have an increased impact on children. Published View and Download.

English. Making Social Protection Deliver More for Children in the Philippines. Effective high-quality governmental cash transfer programmes can improve children’s well-being, protection and care by their families. This is the key finding of research jointly produced by Family’s member organisations Uyisenga Ni Imanzi (Rwanda), Challenging Heights (Ghana) and Children in Distress Network (South Africa).

It shows that good social protection can help millions of. The Palanhar Yojana (caregiver scheme) is a government of Rajasthan (India) cash transfer programme aiming to reducing the vulnerability of children with limited parental care.

Save the Children has developed a parenting programme for the families receiving this grant focusing on improving the relationship between caregivers and their children as a means to promote children’s.

Findings from this report show that in order for cash transfers to improve care, they must: promote meaningful links between social and child protection systems; sensitise communities about the importance of good care; avoid over-burdening social workers with excessive administration of grants; provide childcare for public works components; and provide grants of a meaningful size that are paid.

Cash for Care: Making Social Protection Work for Children’s Care and Well-being.

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Share this Report. Effective high-quality governmental cash transfer programmes can improve children’s well-being, protection and care by their families. This is the key finding of research jointly produced by Family’s member organisations Uyisenga Ni Imanzi (Rwanda), Challenging Heights (Ghana) and Children in.

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Building and sustaining peace. Young women in peace and security. Rule of law: Justice and security. Women, peace, and security in the work of the UN Security Council. 1 making social protection work for pro-poor disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation program march 14 – 17, organized by the world bank, uk department for international development, the united nations economic commission for.

The value base of social protection is broadly accepted within the United Nations and its various organisations, in the health and social professions, civil society, and with many politicians but the practice of providing social protection is subject to controversial political debates and the operationalisation and implementation produces a.

Addis Ababa, April, 03 The African Union Commission (AUC) in collaboration with UN Women organised a side event on the sidelines of the 3rd Session of the Specialised Technical Committee on Social Development, Labour and Employment under the theme “Making Social Protection Systems Work for Women and Girls in Africa towards a Gender Responsive.

“Making Social Protection Systems Work for Women and Girls in Africa towards a Gender Responsive implementation of Agenda and SDGs. The event aimed at promoting the key continental priorities on gender equality and women’s empowerment (GEWE) to inform the experts meeting on the social protection, labour, employment and.

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Engaging, Learning, Transforming Road travelled so far Joint Statement Target Byreduce at least by half the proportion of men, women and CHILDREN of all ages living in poverty in all its dimensions according to national definitions Target Implement NATIONALLY APPROPRIATE SOCIAL PROTECTION SYSTEMS and measures for all, including floors, and by.

This case study explores the inter-relationships of Tonga’s natural hazards and climate-related risks with social protection and poverty issues. The disaster risk management (DRM), climate change adaptation (CCA) and social protection institutional frameworks and mechanisms currently in place to respond to disaster/climate-related social protection needs are analyzed.

Making livelihoods and social protection gender-sensitive (English) Abstract. This note on making livelihoods and social protection approaches gender- sensitive is the seventh in a series of guidance notes on gender issues in disaster risk management (DRM) in the East Asia and the Pacific : Helene Carlsson Rex, Zoe Trohanis, Cynthia Burton, Zuzana Stanton-Geddes.

Work needs to pay. Poverty and unemployment traps can often make it difficult for people to make work pay. Given the inflexible nature of the social welfare system, people are prevented from entering the labour market or indeed increasing their hours of work.

A Social Protection Floor for All - Duration: International Labour Organization 9, views. Developing Supply Chain Strategy with USD School of Business Professor of .How to design inclusive social protection systems This is the second in a series of four policy guides developed to support policymakers and practitioners in Asia and the Pacific in their efforts to strengthen social protection.

This policy guide explains how to design inclusive and robust social protection systems and focuses.