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Workshop held on when citizen involvement helps improve social protection delivery

Development Pathways, Age International and HelpAge International will next week hold a seminar to discuss the findings of research on when and how social accountability initiatives can contribute to better delivery of social protection programmes.

 

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Married at 75: how pensions influence more than a person's income

Today Development Pathways marks Valentine's Day with a blog from our Senior Social Policy Specialist Alexandra Barrantes, who, writing for Age International, highlights how the Senior Citizens' Grant was a positive turning point for a couple.

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Free course for global development practitioners on including persons with a disability

A free online course launches to allow global development practitioners to give the 1bn persons with a disability access to essential services. 

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Presentation to set out solutions after Mordaunt said persons with a disability neglect costs millions

Development Pathways and the International Centre for Evidence in Disability are to set out how to include persons with disabilities in social protection after the UK Government said that their neglect costs millions.

 

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Ugandan MPs winning argument to make Senior Citizen's Grant national, event hears

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Ugandan MPs at London event on building the political will for social protection

Ugandan MPs including the Speaker of the Parliament of Uganda will appear at an event in London on Making the Case for Social Protection.

 

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World Bank aims to secure identification for all to underpin social protection programmes

The World Bank Group’s Identification for Development (ID4D) initiative has launched a High Level Advisory Council in a bid to secure robust and inclusive digital identification systems as a sustainable development priority.

 

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