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Social Protection for Informal Workers: Supporting Social Inclusion in Asia

Founder(s): EC; Overseas Development Institute; AusAid
Status: Completed
Publications from this research project:

The contribution of BRAC’s life skills education and livelihoods trainings to social inclusion in Afghanistan

This study adopts a social exclusion lens to analyse the effects of BRAC’s life skills education and livelihoods trainings for young women in Afghanistan and tests assumptions about the role labour programmes can play in contributing to social inclusion. It Read More

How do labour programmes contributes to social inclusion in Afghanistan?

This study adopts a social exclusion lens to analyse the effects of BRAC’s life skills education and livelihoods trainings for young women in Afghanistan and tests assumptions about the role labour programmes can play in contributing to social inclusion. It Read More

How do social protection and labour programmes contribute to social inclusion ?

Discussions around the post-2015 development goals and the proposed ‘leave no-one behind’ principle have revived global interest in inequality and the role of social protection in promoting social inclusion. The growing body of evidence on rising inequality and persistent structural Read More

Social Protection for Informal Workers

This brochure outlines the aims and structure of AREU’s new project with the Overseas Development Institute, which forms one part of a multi-country study on social protection for informal workers and its impact on social inclusion.

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