Development Pathways will be hosting an event in Nairobi, Kenya that will explore the nexus between inclusive social protection, technologies and financial inclusion. With leading experts in the field, Dr Stephen Kidd, Dr Milkah Chebii, Richard Chirchir and Sarah Langhan speaking at the event.
Data.org a Rockefeller Foundation and Mastercard Foundation brainchild was re-launched last week at the World Economic Forum.
Development Pathways’ senior associate Nicholas Freeland and our research and analysis officer, Patrick Llewellin, have been in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia recently.
Global economic inequality is deeply driven by gender inequalities. At the core of global wealth inequalities, highlighted at the World Economic Forum in Davos during 21-24 January 2020, is a global care crisis, which fails to recognise the value of care – unpaid and underpaid work and responsibilities mostly delivered by women – in societies across the world.
On December 9th Alexandra Barrantes attended the UNDP launch of the 2019 Human Development Report (HDR), titled Beyond income, beyond averages, beyond today: Inequalities in human development in the 21st century in Bogota, Colombia.
Stephen Kidd delivered two presentation in a two-day Social Security Conference in Dhaka City, Bangladesh this week.
Development Pathways launched a brand-new training course, ‘Inclusive Social Protection: Making the Case’, in Naivasha, Kenya. This exciting and comprehensive course was entirely organised and facilitated by Development Pathways, with modules led by our very own social protection specialists and other global experts.
Our new Course Inclusive Social Protection: Making the Case has launched to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of social protection so that they are able to effectively make the case for increased investment in this sector within their countries and organisations.