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2 workshops on Social Protection at WSF2013 in Tunis

1. Social Protection: the development of a new international consensus, its advantages and its pitfalls

Looking at what the new proposals (ILO, CCE, WB) mean and can mean – examples from the practice of Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa.

In this workshop we will discuss the various proposals from ILO, European Commission, World Bank on ‘social protection’ and ‘resilience’. We will listen to various witnesses from Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America and discuss the possible advantage and problems of the new agenda.

Presentation of book on a universal and transformative social protection

Organizers:
Global Social Justice, Network for Transformative Social Protection, Social Forum on Health and Social Security, Action Aid, Safe Observer International

Speakers:
Francine Mestrum, Armando de Negri, Sabyte Lacson, Sandeep Chachra, Garance Upham, Matti Kohonen, representatives from Latin America and Africa …

2. Universal and Transformative Social Protection: the development of a new social paradigm and a global alternative

Linking the social protection agenda up to other initiatives which can make for a truly new paradigm: social development, banning poverty and ‘the common good of humanity’.

In this workshop we will try to strategize for the coming campaigns on social protection, linking this important topic to other initiatives which can complete it and embed it in a truly global agenda. We will discuss the transformative potential of social protection to achieve systemic change.

Presentation of a book on universal and transformative social protection

Organizers:
Global Social Justice, Network for Transformative Social Protection, Social Forum on Health and Social Security, Action Aid, World Forum for Alternatives, Safe Observer International

Speakers:
Francine Mestrum, François Houtart, Armando de Negri, Tina Ebro…

 

 

 

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