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How do national social protection strategies and programmes integrate gender considerations?

A booth talk at socialprotection.org's e-conference
(Past event)

Event type: Conference

Related research: Social protection and cash transfers

events06 October 2020
time09:00 - 10:00

Elena Camilletti and Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed presented "How do national social protection strategies and programmes integrate gender considerations? Evidence from low- and middle income countries" at socialprotection.org's e-conference held in October 2020: 

The presentation outlines a draft Research Brief, jointly produced by UN Women and UNICEF Innocenti, discusses the findings of research undertaken to map and assess 50 national social protection strategies and 40 social programmes from a gender perspective.


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Elena Camilletti

UNICEF Innocenti

Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed

UNICEF Innocenti

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