The e-TRANSFORM UNICEF run is a partnership with UNICEF Ethiopia to offer this training for its local staff. This version was adapted exclusively for its purpose and will be held from 2 July until 7 September 2018!


Q&A - Webinar: Changes in the provision of social protection in MENA since the Arab uprisings

Dear members, please see attached Rana Jawad's and Markus Loewe's answers to the questions raised during the webinar on Monday, June 11. Thank you for the questions and comments, the presenters have found them very helpful! Some of the questions were...

World Solidarity

World Solidarity believes strongly in the power of people together. Started in 1974, World Solidarity (WSM) is the NGO in charge of the international cooperation of the Christian Workers Movement in Belgium. With their support and funds from the Belgian Development Cooperation, World Solidarity works with partner organisations in Africa, Latin America and Asia to create Decent Work worldwide in order to guarantee a better life. WSM and IIWE support 73 social movements and 21 synergies in 23 countries (Google map).


(2018) Finding the Poor vs. Measuring their Poverty Exploring the Drivers of Targeting Effectiveness in Indonesia

Centralized targeting registries are increasingly used to allocate social assistance benefits in developing countries. There are two key design issues that matter for targeting accuracy: (i) which households to survey for inclusion in the registry and (ii)...

Developing a social protection information system — one that enables the flow and management of information within the social protection sector and sometimes beyond — can ensure a more equitable, responsive and inclusive distribution of resources while also increasing efficiency and effectiveness of delivery and, most importantly, better serving citizens. Nevertheless, achieving these objectives is not implicit to the creation of, for e.g., a social registry.


In this infographic we analyse evidence across a set of countries to show how the way in which the information system for social protection is set-up affects what can be achieved. There are broad variations across countries setting up social registries and integrated beneficiary registries! The question we should be asking as policymakers and practitioners is therefore not what a country’s system is called, but how it has been set-up and how that affects what it can achieve. Who is covered? How is data being collected? Where is the data flowing to and from?


Outcome Document - International Conference on Social Protection in Contexts of Fragility and Forced Displacement

In the past few years the international community has agreed on important global commitments to address poverty, vulnerability and social exclusion through the development of social protection systems including floors as well as effective response to crises...

Concept note - International Conference on Social Protection in Contexts of Fragility and Forced Displacement

Humanitarian challenges of protracted fragility and conflict-related crises, and the more recent unprecedented refugee movement around the globe underscore the need to break down the barriers between humanitarian and development work. This is essential if the...

To analyze anti-poverty policies in tandem with the taxes used to pay for them, comparisons of poverty before and after taxes and transfers are often used. We show that these comparisons, as well as measures of horizontal equity and progressivity, can fail to capture an important aspect: that a substantial proportion of the poor are made poorer (or non-poor made poor) by the tax and transfer system.


Across the world, barriers are growing. Every day people fleeing war and persecution find the door slammed in their face. Refugees have human rights. What are these rights? Who is responsible for upholding and protecting them? How can we hold them to account? This short course will enable you to find the answers and empower yourself to defend and promote the rights of refugees and discover how you can be part of the solution.