The IPC-IG, GIZ and socialprotection.org launch a new online micro-course
“Social Protection Programmes” is a self-paced micro-course that introduces the different types of social protection programmes and their main design features, which has just been launched by the IPC-IG, GIZ and socialprotection.org. The course also discusses how these programmes can be classified under the main instruments of social protection, namely social insurance, social assistance and labour market policies, including possible overlaps and grey zones. The lessons provide specific examples of social protection programmes in Brazil, India and Kenya.
Since it is a self-paced course, participants can choose to start and finish the course at any time, progressing through its content and activities in their own time. It has a duration of three hours and you can receive an online certificate. Enrol in the course by clicking here.
This is the second in a series of five micro-courses developed by a partnership between the IPC-IG, GIZ and socialprotection.org. The first course “What is Social Protection? An introduction” was launched in April 2020 and focuses on introducing the main concepts and definitions of social protection.