A Proposed Global Funding Mechanism for Social Protection

This is the first webinar in our MENASP Webinar Series: Knowledge, Social Policy and People Summer 2022 season.

In this webinar, our guest speaker, Dr Zina Nimeh (UNU-MERIT/Maastricht University, The Netherlands), will talk about the importance and benefits of having a global mechanism for social protection in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and what potential it can have on reducing poverty, inequality, insecurity and on increasing of wellbeing and human development.

 
Dr Zina Nimeh is an Associate Professor of Public Policy at UNU-MERIT/Maastricht University, with a focus on Social Protection. She has over two decades of professional and academic experience in the areas of public policy, social policy, public sector reform and governance. Dr Nimeh obtained her PhD in Public Policy and Policy Analysis in 2012 from Maastricht University through a Marie Currie research grant. Her content area of expertise is on public policy, social protection policy and financing, social cohesion and governance. Regionally she has extensive expertise in the MENA region, as well as in the emerging markets contexts. Visit UNU-MERIT/Maastricht University here.
 
The MENASP Network Webinar Series is a monthly virtual webinar that acts as a platform for speakers from within the network and external leading thinkers to present their research.
The MENASP Network Webinar Series aims to enable Network members and wider audiences to access new and ground-breaking research on social policy and conflict prevention. The focus of the research should be on the Middle East and North Africa region or lessons from other countries and regions that could help inform social policy and conflict prevention research and policy development in MENA.
We will post information about upcoming webinars here also.