Webinar Presentation - Social protection and the Changing Labour Market: Finding the Missing Links

Slide presentation from the webinar held on 27 March 2018. This webinar of SPEC on Social protection and the Changing Labour Market: Finding the Missing Links was looking to contribute to the debate on linking social protection to sustainable employment. Including a short presentation to trigger discussion by a panel of experts and representatives from the Governments of India, Peru and the Philippines, the webinar has drawn upon the findings from the South-South Knowledge Collaboration workshop on Designing and Implementing Social Protection Programmes for Employment held in Manila in 2017. This workshop was hosted by the Government of the Philippines, German Development Cooperation (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, GIZ, on behalf of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Development and Cooperation), and Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).

The report titled Linking Social Protection to Employment: Current Practices and Future Directions written by Anna McCord drawing upon the lessons learnt in the above mentioned workshop was launched in the webinar. The report sets forth a typology of the implementation modalities of linking social protection with employment programmes, each with its implementation challenges and lessons (access it here)