The social protection landscape is currently characterised by competing discourses and agendas, given that bilaterals, multilaterals and private funders have different targets and have differing constituents whose lives they seek to improve. Critical aspects such as gender inequalities and inequities, women and childrenâ€™s agency and community coping mechanisms are often not adequately addressed. This publication introduces the Commonwealth Secretariatâ€™s anticipatory and transformative social protection approach, which outlines the principles and strategies for advancing a gender-responsive, human rights-based approach to social protection. It presents analysis and discussion of a framework for social protection, models of good practice from across the Commonwealth, and innovative ways of providing social protection that are not based on men and women being in full-time paid work in the formal economy. This publication will assist policy-makers and development practitioners in making informed decisions about programme design and delivery so that beneficiariesâ€™ access to and participation in social protection mechanisms are fully realised. Permissions ContentsExpand or collapse me About the contributors Expand or collapse me ReviewsExpand or collapse me Browse subjects Agriculture Expand or collapse me Democracy and elections Expand or collapse me Debt and finance policy Economic development Expand or collapse me Education, gender and health Expand or collapse me Law and human rights Expand or collapse me Public administration and governance Expand or collapse me Small states Expand or collapse me Taxation Trade Expand or collapse me Youth policy Newsletter Signup New and upcoming publication notifications direct to your inbox.
|Place of Publication||london|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|