New content on shock-responsive and adaptive social protection

Dear community members, New content on adaptive social protection is available on Socialprotection.org. Check the blog posts and stay tuned! Is my social protection programme ´shock-responsive´ or ´adaptive´? Five key principles for adaptive social protection...

[Nov 2018] New paper! Linking humanitarian assistance + social protection

28 Nov 2018: Dear community, today the World Food Programme and World Bank have published a paper called, 'Human(itarian) Capital? Lessons on Better Connecting Humanitarian Assistance and Social Protection'. In 2017 the two organisations conducted research on...

New Community Page: European Commission – SPaN

The European Commission invites all members of the online community Social Protection in Crisis Contexts to access its community page on Social Protection across the Development-Humanitarian Nexus (SPaN) . This community page was created to share the...

Monday 17 September 2018 - CaLP webinar: CTP and risks in Northern Mali

Making reference to the CaLP case study on CTP and risks in Northern Mali , recommendations in the case will be discussed in a webinar that contributes to evidence on the implementation of cash transfers in difficult context. The webinar will present lessons...

Blog posts: Bringing a gender perspective into shock-responsive social protection

New blog posts on Socialprotection.org covering the webinar Bringing a gender perspective into shock-responsive social protection . Bringing a gender perspective into shock-responsive social protection: Part 1 Bringing a gender perspective into shock-...

SPaN call for shock-responsive social protection examples

Dear community, The Social Protection across the Humanitarian-Development Nexus (SPaN) project is interested in country level examples of where social protection ministry staff have been incentivised to embrace or take forward shock-responsive social...

26 July 2018 - Webinar: Bringing a gender perspective into shock-responsive social protection

Due to the magnitude of ongoing and prolonged crises, there has been dramatic growth in the volume, cost, and length of humanitarian assistance. Crises and disasters in developing countries can have devastating effects on poor communities, particularly those...

Lab Debate at the European Development Days in Brussels

Wednesday, June 06, 2018 at 1 pm. During the European Development Days ( https://eudevdays.eu/ ) that will take place in Brussels on 5-6 June 2018, GIZ and ODI will organise a Lab Debate to explore the following questions: Does shock-sensitive social...

5 June 2018 - Socialprotection.org Webinar - Seeking Economic Inclusion for Refugees: A Case Study of the Graduation Approach in Ecuador

Organisers: Australia - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, DFAT Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, GIZ United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, UNHCR There are currently more than 21 million refugees globally, nearly a third...

CaLP´s Policy Roundup 04/2018

CaLP´s Policy Roundup This roundup is an attempt to summarise the big issues related to cash transfers programmes (CTPs), highlight opportunities to engage with and influence major workstreams. In this edition, you will find recent progress and opportunities...