What is socialprotection.org?

What is socialprotection.org?

socialprotection.org aims to facilitate knowledge-sharing on effective social protection policies and programmes, as well as contribute to capacity-building of the Low-Income Countries (LICs) and Middle-Income Countries (MICs). 


Discover documents on the Publication Search and the profiles of fellow members on the Member Search. The Programme Profile Search provides insight into individual programmes. A Stakeholder Search is available allowing one to search for relevant institutions.

Connect with other members of the site via the Discussion Forum and join Online Communities for virtual engagement dedicated to a particular interest area. Check out the Events Calendar to stay up-to-date on upcoming social protection events. As a member you will also be able to use the platform's Social Space.

Learn more about social protection on the Virtual Campus via Workshops and Webinars. A Glossary on social protection terms, News from the field and Learning Tools focussing on the How To of social protection programmes are also provided under this action-tab.

Explore the platform’s Interactive features giving you the ability to Create Online Communities, Share documents, Propose Webinars, Contribute Events and more.


Latest Publications

Review of the Malawi National Social Support Programme : A Stakeholder-Driven Review of the Design and...

Towards a Malawian Social Protection Floor: Assessment of Social Protection Programmes in Malawi

Practical Options for the Extension of Social Protection Coverage in Zambia: Casual Saw Mill Workers

Practical Options for the Extension of Social Protection Coverage in Zambia: Small Scale Farmers

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Recent Stakeholders



Haute école de travail social, HETS (School of Social Work)

Research centers and academia

University of Bergen

Research centers and academia

International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

Research centers and academia
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Upcoming Webinars

International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG), HelpAge International
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), Uganda - Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development, Economic Policy Research Institute (EPRI)
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia (DFAT), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, GIZ, BRAC
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