[Virtual Workshop] Jordan’s Establishment of Unified Registries for Social Programs
Jun 08, 2015 / Highlight
In order to ensure a constant follow-up to the face-to-face trainings and knowledge activities provided within the Community of Practice on Employment and Social Safety Nets, the World Bank organizes a set of virtual workshops. This one focused on the Establishment of Unified Registries for Social Programs.
The goal of this...
Resilience, Equity and Opportunity: The World Bank’s Social Protection and Labor Strategy 2012 - Report
Creating Valuable Skills - A New Framework for Migration as Development
Concept Note: Building Integrated Social Protection (SP) Delivery Systems
Program: Building Integrated Social Protection (SP) Delivery Systems
[Study Tour] Integrated Social Protection Systems in Belgium
Mar 27, 2015 / Highlight
The 23rd of March, 2015 marked the beginning of knowledge exchanges organized by the World Bank, Agence Française de Développement (AfD) and the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI). This activity was related to the establishment of Integrated Social Protection Systems.
The target audience was composed of high-level technical...
Building Integrated Social Protection Delivery Systems in MENA Countries
Mar 26, 2015 / Highlight
As part of the CMI Employment and Social Protection Program and the MENA CoP on employment and Social Safety Nets (SSN), the World Bank together with the AFD organized a knowledge sharing and capacity building activity on the establishment of integrated Social Protection (SP) systems.
The activity was highly relevant and timely for...
Shaping the Future: A Long-Term Perspective of People and Job Mobility for the Middle East and North Africa
Report - Labor Migration from North Africa: Development Impact, Challenges and Policy Options
AFD’s contribution to Youth Insertion and Active Labor Market Policies in the Mediterranean
The potential for EU-MENA labor arbitrage The migration of MENA health workers Building effective behind the border systems Making Bilateral Labor Agreements work
Rencontre Valmer: Employment and Social Protection in the MENA Region, Paving the Way for a New Social Contract
Euro-Med Conference: Sécurité sociale: facteur de cohésion sociale, 27-28 mai 2004, Limassol (Cyprus)
Une introduction aux filets sociaux de sécurité dans les économies de transition
Session 3 - Clarke Daniel - Disaster Risk Financing & Insurance
Inclusion and Resilience SSN MENA WB 2012 Overview
AFD Emploi des femmes Rapport sept 2014 (French)
Session 3 - El Alamy Othman - Couverture des risques catastrophiques
Migration, Employment and Protection of Migrants, María Luisa Casado López, Directorate General for Immigration, Ministry of Labour and Immigration. Spain
Agenda Rencontre Valmer - Employment and Social Protection in the MENA region, Paving the way for a new social contract
The Valmer Series - Employment and Social Protection
Session 3 - Brule Emmanuel - Risk, Resilience and Growth: How can Finance help?
ILO UNDP report 2012 inclusive growth
Rencontre Valmer: WB Presentation on Jobs, Inclusion and Resilience
Session 3 - Guy-Antoine de la Rochefoucauld- Emerging Risks & Urban Resilience
Rencontre Valmer: Introductory Speech AFD
Reframing Europe’s Immigration Questions through an Urban Lens
Dec 16, 2014 / Blog entry
By Manjula Luthria* and Casey Weston**
This year’s European parliamentary elections revealed three important paradoxes in European migration dialogue. First, public discourse displayed egregious misalignment between popular perceptions of immigration and immigration realities. These unfounded perceptions of immigration’s impacts fueled the...
[Virtual Workshop] Provision of Direct Income Support to Low-Skilled and Long-Term Unemployed Citizens
Dec 10, 2014 / Highlight
In order to ensure a constant follow-up to the face-to-face trainings and knowledge activities provided within the Community of Practice on Employment and Social Safety Nets, the World Bank organizes a set of virtual workshops. The following one focused on the provision of direct income support to low-skilled and long-term unemployed citizens....
Bringing Hope to Tunisia - The Path to Recovery
Nov 17, 2014 / Blog entry
By Elyès Jouini*
The Tunisian economy is currently in very bad shape. An economic policy focused on rent-seeking for the benefit of a minority with cozy ties to the political power has replaced a consumption-driven economic policy, based on short-term concerns.
The social situation is worrisome given that discontent is growing.
The time has...
Ten Years after Morocco’s Family Code Reforms: Are Gender Gaps Closing?
May 13, 2014 / Blog entry
By Paul Scott Prettitore*
Family Code Reforms Set Grounds for Gender Equality
In 2004, the Government of Morocco made major amendments to its Family Code, known as the Moudawana. These reforms addressed two key aspects of gender inequality. The first was that husbands and wives were provided ‘joint responsibility’ in family matters, making...