Tue, 31 Might 2022 12:00 – 14:00 British Summer Time (UTC+1)
Be a part of the Inclusive Social Protection Policy Discussion board (ISSPF) in the MENA area for a webinar on inclusive social stability.
About this celebration
A powerful social agreement – the implicit arrangement in between the people and governing administration that defines the rights and responsibilities of each – is at the coronary heart of any country’s chances of reaching prosperity and security. In many nations around the world in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) area, social contracts are fragile for the reason that rely on in govt is very low.
This webinar – Inclusive social stability and the social agreement – can it make trust in the MENA region? – functions conversations from the area on how social security can improve the social deal to prevail over instability, the place it prevails, and make have faith in involving the point out and its people.
Our panel dialogue, adopted by a Q&A, will check out the repercussions of weak social contracts in the MENA region, the proof for how inclusive, common social security can establish rely on among governments and folks – and how to finance it – as perfectly as the unfavorable impression of poverty focusing on approaches on the social agreement.
Sign up via the hyperlink underneath to participate in the webinar on the web. The function will be conducted in English and Arabic.
We are happy to welcome industry experts with a wealth of expertise to our panel:
Daisy Sibun, social policy officer, Advancement Pathways
Daisy will existing highlights from her new paper for the ISSPF on the social contract. She is a Social Plan Officer at Advancement Pathways, with a particular fascination in citizenship, crises and the country-making position of inclusive social safety. Her background is in political science and progress experiments. Her publications contain “Examining the scope and adequacy of social security responses to the COVID-19 crisis in the MENA area – a concentrate on tax-financed revenue transfers” (Sibun, 2021) and “What has the COVID-19 disaster taught us about social safety?” (Kidd and Sibun, 2020).
Dr Markus Loewe, investigate workforce leader, the German Improvement Institute (DIE)
Markus is investigate staff chief at the German Progress Institute (DIE), Bonn, in which he has been doing work given that 1999. He researched advancement economics and political science in Tübingen, Erlangen and Damascus and acquired his PhD from Heidelberg College for a thesis on micro-insurance policy. His investigate covers social security, poverty reduction, industrial procedures, micro, tiny and medium organization growth and the strategy of the social contract. His regional target is the Middle East and North Africa. His extra recent publications include “Framing the emergence of new social contracts in Middle East and North African countries” (distinctive challenge of Entire world Development, 2021, ed.), “Handbook of social protection systems” (Edward Elgar, forthcoming 2021, ed. with Esther Schüring) and “Social defense in the MENA international locations: prospective buyers for a new social agreement?” (particular difficulty of Global Social Stability Assessment, 2018, ed. with Rana Jawad).
Dr Maria del Mar Logrono-Narbona, senior advisor, Arab Renaissance for Democracy and Progress
Maria is an independent consultant and analyst. She has served as Assistant Professor at Appalachian State College (North Carolina) and Florida International College (Miami). During her years in academia, she was the Principal Investigator of two Social Science Study Council (SSRC- Carnegie Endowment) grants underneath their “Islam in Globe Contexts” system. Her academic function has explored thoughts of political and social id amongst Arab migrants, along with socioeconomic, political, and gender assessment in the MENA area and the Worldwide South. She is the creator of specialized articles and studies, as perfectly as co-editor of Crescent about One more Horizon: Islam and Latin The usa, the Caribbean and Latino United states (Texas University Push, 2015).
Hafawa Rebhi, Coverage Analyst, Tunisian Observatory of Overall economy (TOE)
Prior to signing up for the TOE workforce, Hafawa worked for 10 a long time as a journalist with a aim on social and financial issues.
About the organisers
The Inclusive Social Stability Policy Discussion board (ISSPF), funded by the Ford Basis, is centered on building information and potential on inclusive social stability in the MENA region.
With its focus on applied coverage alternatives in social security, the ISSPF supports broader attempts in the region aimed at opening dialogue all over the linkages amongst social policies and the overarching aims of peace, security, economic improvement and democracy.
Throughout the MENA area, social insurance policy schemes are likely to offer assist solely to those people in the official financial state, although the relaxation of the populace is only offered lousy top quality programmes for “the poor”. There is a dire will need to shift the narrative on offering social safety in the region by moving away from the prevailing outdated-fashioned lousy relief model and in direction of a fashionable, inclusive, social security design.
Progress Pathways, collectively with the Centre for Social Sciences Exploration & Action in Lebanon, the Arab Renaissance for Democracy and Development in Jordan and l’Observatoire Tunisien de l’Economie in Tunisia, are the foremost companions in the Discussion board.
Day and time: 12:00-14:00 British isles time, 31 May well 2022.