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Social Protection Podcast

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Social Protection Podcast is brought to you by socialprotection.org. We're a knowledge sharing and capacity building platform, open to social protection practit... Voir plus
Social Protection Podcast is brought to you by socialprotection.org. We're a knowledge sharing and capacity building platform, open to social protection practit... Voir plus

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  • Resilience building through Adaptive Social Protection
    Adaptive Social Protection is an area of social protection that aims to build resilience of poor and vulnerable households by developing their capacity to prepare for, cope with, and adapt to shocks. In this episode, we are looking at adaptive and shock-responsive social protection in action in some of the most disaster-affected parts of the world. We talk about how ASP can help build the resilience of households and enable people to take anticipatory actions before the onset of a shock. We draw from experiences in the Philippines and the Caribbean to learn how programmes can contribute to this type of approach, what is the importance of building appropriate registries and information systems, and what kind of financial instruments are put in place to funding ASP responses.   Meet our Guests: Riyad Katkhoda, Social Protection & Cash-Based Lead at the Caribbean Multi-country Office for the United Nations World Food Program Rosela Agcaoili, Social Policy Specialist at UNICEF Philippines For our ‘’Quick Wins’’ segment, James Jumba, Independent Consultant, who previously worked as a Social security prosecutor at the National Social Security Fund in Kenya and is a former socialprotection.org Ambassador, shares with us the highlights of the Kenya Social Protection Conference and how Kenya could benefit for more resilience building approaches to climate risks. Episode Links: E-learning | Micro-course series on Adaptive Social Protection Publication | Joint reviews for Adaptive Social Protection Systems - A working paper Publication | Adaptive Social Protection: Building Resilience to Shocks Publication | Strengthening Resilience through Social Protection Programs: Guidance Note Publication | Disaster Risk Finance for Adaptive Social Protection Publication | Adaptive Social Protection – The delivery chain and shock response Publication | Building on government systems for shock preparedness and response: The role of social assistance data and information systems Quick Wins Links Event | The Kenya Social Protection Conference 2023 Publication | Building resilience to climate risks through social protection: from individualised models to systemic transformation Additionally, do not forget to take your time through our 5-minute annual satisfaction survey and register for the upcoming Global Forum on Adaptive Social Protection.
    01/06/2023
    39:58
  • Breaking the Cycle of Poverty: Active Labour Market Policies
    In this episode, our guests focus on the role of active labour market policies (ALMPs) in guaranteeing, supporting or even creating income-generation activities. Among other topics, we discuss the possible role of ALMPs in reducing informality in developing countries, and how well-integrated they are with other social protection mechanisms such as social insurance and social security.  Guests for this episode include:  Veronica Escudero, Senior Economist, ILO  Denni Pusba Purbasari, Executive Director, PMO Prakerja  Jean Claude Muhire, Rwanda Program Director, Ultra-Poor Graduation Initiative (UPGI) In the “Quick Wins” segment, Jean Claude Muhire, Rwanda Programme Director for the Ultra-Poor Graduation Initiative, BRAC, explains how ‘Graduation’ approaches, famous for being implemented in Bangladesh and Southeast Asia, are now being implemented in different contexts such as in Rwanda. Quick Wins links:  Article: https://oecd-development-matters.org/2022/06/27/how-graduation-can-complement-social-protection-for-women-in-extreme-poverty/   https://www.worldbank.org/en/results/2023/01/04/strengthening-social-protection-systems-in-rwanda-to-increase-resilience-and-build-human-capital#:~:text=Rwanda%20struggled%2C%20however%2C%20to%20translate,percent%20of%20the%20total%20population  
    27/04/2023
    37:21
  • GBV Series Ep. 3 | Addressing and Supporting Survivors of Violence through Social Protection
    In this episode of the "Social Protection for Prevention of and Response to Gender-based Violence" series, our guests talk about how social protection schemes can provide assistance to people fleeing gender-based violence. These people are vulnerable and may need many kinds of support. We look at examples of programmes providing cash support for survivors of domestic violence, as well as those that facilitate access to other services, such as referral pathways, healthcare, housing, etc. Guests for this episode include: Tara Patricia Cookson, Assistant Professor of Gender, Development and Global Public Policy at the University of British Columbia and co-founder of Ladysmith; Merike Blofield, Director of the Institute for Latin American Studies at the German Institute for Global and Area Studies and Professor of Political Science at the University of Hamburg; and Gerson Nombora, Child Protection Specialist at UNICEF Mozambique.   In the “Quick Wins” segment, Mayra Cardozo, a Brazilian lawyer and gender researcher, member of the National Human Rights Commission of the Federal Council of the National Bar Association of Brazil and Professor of Criminal Law at EPD, shares some of the findings of her research on the programmes in place in Brazil that help women and children who are survivors of domestic violence.   The joint webinar and podcast series "Social Protection for Prevention of and Response to Gender-Based Violence" is produced by socialprotection.org and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), with support from the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). Tune in for the first webinar of the series, Girls Deserve Better: Countering Violence Against Adolescents through Social Protection, taking place on 28 March at 8.30 AM EDT.   Episode links:   Webinar: Harnessing Social Protection the Address Violence against Women and Girls Book: Unjust Conditions: Women’s Work and the Hidden Cost of Cash Transfer Programs Publication: A diagonal and social protection plus approach to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 syndemic: cash transfers and intimate partner violence interventions in Latin America Article: UNICEF Mozambique shows how 'cash and care' accelerate child well-being   Quick Wins link:   Article: Financial Support for Victims of Domestic Violence in Brazil
    30/03/2023
    39:52
  • GBV Series Ep. 2 | Designing Social Protection to Safeguard and Mitigate against Gender-Based Violence
    In this episode of the "Social Protection for Prevention of and Response to Gender-Based Violence" series, our guests discuss how economic factors can drive gender-based violence at the community level, and why this is important for social protection programming. The focus is on designing social protection programmes that can prevent gender-based violence against women and people with diverse gender identities, expressions, and sexual orientations (SOGIESC). The guests draw on available evidence and practical experience to discuss various aspects of the social protection delivery chain, including targeting, registration, payment, and the unique risks and issues related to people with diverse SOGIESC. Guests for this episode include Shalini Roy, Senior Research Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), and Emily Dwyer, Founder and Co-Director of Edge Effect. In the "Quick Wins" segment, two guests from the World Bank—Alessandra Heinemann, Social Protection Specialist, and Gender Lead, and Palak Rawal, Gender and Social Protection Consultant—offer practical advice on designing social protection programmes that can safeguard and prevent gender-based violence. They also share additional resources for further reading on the topic. The joint webinar and podcast series "Social Protection for Prevention of and Response to Gender-Based Violence" is produced by socialprotection.org and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), with support from the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). Tune in for the first webinar of the series, Girls Deserve Better: Countering Violence Against Adolescents through Social Protection, taking place on 28 March at 8.30 AM EDT.   Episode links: Publication: Cash transfers and intimate partner violence: A research view on design and implementation for risk mitigation and prevention Publication: We don’t do a lot for them specifically: A scoping report on gaps and opportunities for improving diverse SOGIESC inclusion in cash transfer and social protection programs, during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond Podcast: How can social protection impact gender-based violence?   Quick Wins links Publication: Safety first: How to leverage social safety nets to prevent gender-based violence Online course: How to leverage social safety nets to prevent gender-based violence Publication: Invisible women: exposing data bias in a world designed for men
    16/03/2023
    38:19
  • GBV Series Ep. 1| How Can Social Protection Impact Gender-Based Violence?
    Kicking off the three-part series ‘’Social Protection for Prevention of and Response to Gender-Based Violence’’, this episode presents a deep dive into what we know about the impacts of social protection on Gender-Based Violence (GBV) and some of the remaining knowledge gaps. We look at economic empowerment programmes and how they can help reduce economic stress and challenge gender norms that often drive violence in community settings.  Drawing from the available evidence, our guests were also invited to reflect on both the positive pathways through which social protection can contribute to reducing intimate partner violence (IPV) and the possibility of it introducing risks of increased violence. Finally, as some food for thought, what would a feminist social protection policy look like?   Our guests for this episode:  Ana Maria Buller, Associate Professor in Social Sciences and Director of the Gender Violence and Health Centre, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine  Lusajo Kajula, Principal Investigator, UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti  Amber Peterman, Research Associate Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill  For our ‘Quick Wins’ segment, Wessel van den Berg (MenCare Officer at Equimundo: Center for Masculinities and Social Justice) talks about ways to engage men in the dialogue around gender norms and roles as part of a gender transformative approach. What does this entail for social protection?  The ‘’Social Protection for Prevention of and Response to Gender-Based Violence’’ series is produced by socialprotection.org and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), with the support from UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).    Episode links: A mixed-method review of cash transfers and intimate partner violence in low- and middle-income countries Effects of Government-Implemented Cash Plus Model on Violence Experiences and Perpetration Among Adolescents in Tanzania Government of Ethiopia's public works and complementary programmes: A mixed-methods study on pathways to reduce intimate partner violence Public Work Programs and Gender-Based Violence : Evidence from Lao PDR Domestic violence and workfare: An evaluation of India’s MGNREGS Can transfers and behavior change communication reduce intimate partner violence four years post-program? Experimental evidence from Bangladesh Public Work and Private Violence Cash Transfer and IPV Research Collaborative Transfer Project   Quick Wins links: Applying a Masculinities Lens to the Gendered Impacts of Social Safety Nets MenCare: A Global Fatherhood Campaign State of South Africa’s Fathers 2021 Gender-transformative Bandebereho couples’ intervention to promote male engagement in reproductive and maternal health and violence prevention in Rwanda: Findings from a randomized controlled trial A cluster randomized-controlled trial of a community mobilization intervention to change gender norms and reduce HIV risk in rural South Africa
    24/02/2023
    36:47

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Social Protection Podcast is brought to you by socialprotection.org. We're a knowledge sharing and capacity building platform, open to social protection practitioners, policy-makers, and experts, as well as academics and students. Social protection is a large and growing field, that has also achieved increased profile and salience since 2020 due to COVID-19. From building delivery systems and protecting People with Disabilities, to social protection financing and school feeding – there is no shortage of topics for Social Protection Podcast to tackle. Each month we will aim to bring you rich, interesting and different content. Through interviews, discussions and debates with experts and practitioners, Social Protection Podcast will illuminate new research and bring a range of perspectives to debates and controversies as well as areas of growing consensus.
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