Social protection plays a central role to Leave No One Behind (LNOB) and to reach the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda. Social protection is a set of public and private initiatives designed to provide protection for all against social and economic risks across the life-cycle and ensure sustainable livelihoods. Well-designed social protection systems ensure a minimum income and equitable access to essential services for the poor and vulnerable, enable people to cope with shocks and ensure dignity, social cohesion and reduce (gender) inequality.
This dedicated page provides an overview of SDC's learning and engagement in social protection and summarises the global debate and evidence in development as well as humanitarian contexts.
Global Forum on Adaptive Social Protection
13-15 June 2023 in Berlin / online
Recording of the opening session
Recording of the closing session