Shock-Responsive Social Protection Systems

A research programme for DFID

by Clare O’Brien
Working paper 1: Conceptualising Shock-Responsive Social Protection
Oxford Policy Management, October 2015

15 pp. 527 kB

This is the first in a series of papers from the ongoing research. Together, the set of papers will develop theoretical perspectives about the interface between social protection, humanitarian assistance and disaster risk management (DRM), review the latest literature and generate insights from new case studies across sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. The next working paper will offer a synthesis of the evidence from a comprehensive review of literature. Future papers will attempt to offer new insights using evidence from the case studies.

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