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-responsive social protection: Part 2
This webinar took place on 26 July 2018 and it discussed how gender is often not well integrated into social protection programming for resilience, highlighting the importance of employing a gender lens when dealing with emergency situations. The event was organised by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) and the International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG). The webinar was moderated by Elizabeth Koechlein (Policy Officer, FAO), with presentations by Rebecca Holmes (Senior Research Fellow, ODI), Maria Libertad Dometita (Gender Humanitarian Response Personnel, OXFAM), and Julia Lawson-McDowall (Social Protection, Cash and Resilience Advisor, OXFAM). The recording is available here and the presentation here.