Webinar reflections: The social contract and the role of social protection is crucial in building trust in governments – now and beyond COVID-19
Universal social security systems and transfers build trust and show that governments care – this was the message from the Act Church of Sweden and Development Pathways webinar held recently.
Webinar announcement: The social contract and the role of social protection in building trust in government and strengthening the nation-state
This webinar will explore how countries across the Global South could learn from history and use universal social protection to build a virtuous circle of enhanced trust in government, a stronger social contract, and a greater willingness of citizens to pay tax so that they can generate the fiscal space that enables progressive governments, over time, to offer high quality universal public services to all of their citizens.
2020 marks ten years since Development Pathways was first created. This news article discusses the organisations's journey, and the ways in which we've left our mark in the international development field.
Today marks the release of Oxfam International’s report “Shelter from the Storm: The global need for social protection in times of COVID-19”.
The latest episode of the Pathways’ Perspective: The Podcast is out this week, with a discussion on universal social security and the social contract.
We are very proud to announce that Development Pathways has launched its Online Course on Inclusive Social Protection: Making the Case which will take place from 1 March to 7 May 2021.
On 25 November 2020, the Government of Uganda launched the 2019 Social Protection Sector Review during a National Dialogue on Social Protection organised by the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Protection...
This week, the Pathways’ Perspective podcast team launched their latest episode “Development from the Black Diaspora”. The episode explores what it means to be a Black professional working in international development.
We are excited to announce that we have re-launched our internship programme “Pathways into Development” graduate internship programme. Each year, we will be selecting a Black graduate to work alongside...
In September 2020, the Baseline Survey Report of Kenya’s Inua Jamii 70 Years and Above Cash Transfer Programme was published, to which Development Pathways (DP) provided research design and analysis support.