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DATA VISUALIZATIONS

Inequality, Redistribution and Conflict

Opening Lecture 24 November 2017 for the University of Florence School of Economics and Management Development Economics Course.

Youth & Organised Crime in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

Cirenia Chavez's presentation on Youth & Organised Crime in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Chavez presented the findings of her study at the International Academic Conference on Organized Crime and Gender 2018, hosted by Migration Policy Centre and the UN Office on Drugs and Crime.

A Vertical Expansion of the Malawi Social Cash Transfer Programme in response to food crises

As part of UNICEF Innocenti's workshop on social protection in humanitarian settings, Maren Platzmann of UNICEF Malawi presented her views on "A Vertical Expansion of the Malawi Social Cash Transfer Programme in response to food crises". For more on this workshop and to access the seven papers released at the event, visit: https://www.unicef-irc.org/article/1829-evidence-on-social-protection-in-contexts-of-fragility-and-forced-displacement.html

Hajati Programme: "My Needs, Our Future"

As part of UNICEF Innocenti's workshop on social protection in humanitarian settings, Manuel Rodriguez Pumarol of UNICEF Jordan presented his views on the Hajati Programme. For more on this workshop and to access the seven papers released at the event, visit: https://www.unicef-irc.org/article/1829-evidence-on-social-protection-in-contexts-of-fragility-and-forced-displacement.html

Use and generation of evidence on social protection in humanitarian settings: Insights from UNICEF Madagascar's experiences

As part of UNICEF Innocenti's workshop on social protection in humanitarian settings, Gaby Guerrero of UNICEF Madagascar presented her views on "Use and generation of evidence on social protection in humanitarian settings: Insights from UNICEF Madagascar's experiences". For more on this workshop and to access the seven papers released at the event, visit: https://www.unicef-irc.org/article/1829-evidence-on-social-protection-in-contexts-of-fragility-and-forced-displacement.html

Use and generation of evidence on social protection in humanitarian settings: Learning from the Cameroon experience

As part of UNICEF Innocenti's workshop on social protection in humanitarian settings, Mohamed El Bechir of UNICEF Cameroon presented his views on "Use and generation of evidence on social protection in humanitarian settings: Learning from the Cameroon experience". For more on this workshop and to access the seven papers released at the event, visit: https://www.unicef-irc.org/article/1829-evidence-on-social-protection-in-contexts-of-fragility-and-forced-displacement.html

Bridging Evidence & Programming in Humanitarian Social Protection: the Lebanon Experience

As part of UNICEF Innocenti's workshop on social protection in humanitarian settings, Sharlene Ramkissoon of UNICEF Lebanon presented her views on "Bridging Evidence & Programming in Humanitarian Social Protection: the Lebanon Experience". For more on this workshop and to access the seven papers released at the event, visit: https://www.unicef-irc.org/article/1829-evidence-on-social-protection-in-contexts-of-fragility-and-forced-displacement.html