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Guidance Package Phase 1 Study Report - Shaping social protection as an effective short and long-term response to multivariate shocks, protracted crises and displacement

During the first phase of the assignment, the core team focused on: collecting relevant materials, policies, guidance, tools and instruments developed by the EC and other international actors; consulting with other actors and exploring options for strategic collaborations; providing an initial...
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Andrew Mitchell (2018) Harnessing social protection for forcibly displaced people - conceptual overview

According to Andrew Mitchell, UNHCR´s Senior Solutions Officer, meeting the increasing challenges of those affected by forced displacement including displaced families, host communities and national systems facing increased demand, requires support in two key areas: I. A better transition from...
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SPaN (2019) Case Study: Somalia

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SPaN (2019) Summary - Reference Document: Social Protection across the Humanitarian-Development Nexus. A Game Changer in Supporting People through Crises.

The reference document and this Summary were produced as parts of the European Commission’s “Guidance Package on Social protection across the humanitarian-development Nexus (SPaN)”. It is a common product of an initiative jointly led by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for...
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SPAN (2019) Case Study: Lebanon

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