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GRASSP Think Pieces bibliographies

 
Disclaimer: The views expressed within this Think Piece Series are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of UNICEF. This Think Piece Series has not been edited to official publication standards and UNICEF accepts no responsibility for errors.

 

 

These Bibliographies have been provided by the authors to accompany their GRASSP Think Pieces published here.

 

 

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1. Setting a clear ambition: A first step towards gender-responsive social protection - Bibliography
Siraj, Mazhar
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2. Adolescence: Policy Opportunities and Challenges - Bibliography
Molyneux, Maxine
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3. Enhancing adolescents’ capabilities through adolescent- and gender-responsive social protection - Bibliography
Gavrilovic, Maja and Tia Palermo
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4. The transformative potential of social protection public works to empower adolescent girls and young women - Bibliography
Skinner, Emmeline and Benjamin Zeitlyn
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5. Gendering the design and implementation of MGNREGA - Bibliography
Chopra, Deepta
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6. Towards Gender Equality in Social Protection: Evidence gaps and priority research questions - Bibliography
Peterman, Amber et al.
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7. Promoting Women’s Economic Empowerment through Social Protection: Lessons from the Productive Social Safety Net Program in Tanzania - Bibliography
Myamba, Flora
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8. Gender and Social Protection in South Asia: an assessment of non-contributory programmes - Bibliography
Tebaldi, Raquel and Charlotte Bilo
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9. Gender, Paid Domestic Work and Social Protection: Exploring Opportunities and Challenges to Extending Social Protection Coverage Among Paid Domestic Workers in Nigeria - Bibliography
Nesbitt-Ahmed, Zahrah
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10. Gender, Social Protection and Resilience - Bibliography
Koechlein, Elizabeth and Mari Kangasniemi
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11. Social protection in humanitarian contexts: how can programming respond to adolescent- and gender-specific vulnerabilities and promote young people’s resilience? – Bibliography
Jones, Nicola
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