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Social Protection: Assessment, Costing and Beyond

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Sarasi Amarasinghe , Khwanploy Cheechang , Charles Crevier , Loveleen De , Valeria De Oliveira Cruz , Nélson dos Santos , sarath eam , Jonathan Evershed , Michael Glowacki , Sour HENG , Ukrish Kanchanaketu , Usa Khiewrord , Charles Knox-Vydmanov , Chanthy Kong , Rakawin Lee , Capucine Loo , Ashraf Mansour , Braema Mathiaparanam , Marion Maurice , Tauvik Muhamad , Wasutadon Nakawiroj , Malika OK , alan ortiz , Celine Peyron Bista , Dk Zainariah Pg Haji Tuah , xaikham phannalath , Piyamal Pichaiwongse , Orawan Prasitsiriphon , Isssiree Reungpoj , Markus Ruck , Hariyadi Sabar , Thaworn Sakunphanit , Bill Salter , Vathana Sann , Ma Lourdes Kathleen Santos Macasil , Sinta Satriana , valérie schmitt , Helmut Schwarzer , khet shein , dedy revelino siregar , Vatcharin Sirimaneetham , Indika Siriwardena , Sebastiano Snider , Aung Soe Moe , chhunhok sok , Kanha Sok , Autsawin Suttiwichienchot , HUOT Synead , phengrithy taing , palinee Techamuanvivit , Aye Thein , Rehana Thowfeek , Dinna Wisnu , Maj Zunaidi

Based on the Training workshop on "Social Protection Assessment based on National Dialogue" organised by ILO DWT Bangkok and Faculty of Economics, Chulalongkorn University, 15 - 19 October 2012

 

The workshop serves as a platform for technical staff from government and non-government institutions, worker and employer organizations, academia, UN agencies and other development partners involved in the designing, costing and implementation of social protection and social security programmes to come together. Through the workshop, it is intended for participants to:

1. Better understand the concepts of social security and the Social Protection Floor;

2. Share experiences and ideas on country roadmaps, national Social Protection Floor strategies and initiatives to extend social protection to all;

3. Learn the main steps involved in conducting the Assessment Based National Dialogue exercise;

4. Gain technical expertise in designing and costing of social protection schemes; and

5. Enhance their understanding of how collaboration with the ILO and other UN agencies can be carried out to conduct an assessment of social protection and implement recommendations.

The training course is a valuable opportunity to share methodologies and experiences between countries that have already conducted the assessment exercise and those that have not performed the assessment process. In preparation for the course, an SPF Good Practices Guide on the process of assessment and costing was developed. The Guide may be used as a reference to conduct the Assessment Based National Dialogue exercise and to organise future workshops.

 

Terms of reference | Agenda | List of participants | Report | Media release | Photographs

Guide: Introduction | Module I | Module II | Module III | Module IV | Module V

Costing workshop in Cambodia | Costing workshop in Indonesia

 

Watch videos

About the workshop | Publicity video for the workshop

What is ABND and why is it relevant in ASEAN?

Voices on social security from the region

Group activities at the workshop | Presentations