A Child-Sensitive Approach to Social Protection: Serving practical and strategic needs

Written by Keetie Roelen and Rachel Sabates-Wheeler, this publication explores the current norms of the child-sensitive approach to social protection. The authors argue that three types of vulnerabilities demand more customized thinking about social protection for children: physical/biological vulnerabilities; dependence-related vulnerabilities; and institutionalized disadvantage. The authors discuss the implications for social protection interventions through the use of case studies.

Published 2016-03-17

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Publication year
2012
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pdf, 16p.
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© The Policy Press 2012
Content Type
Evaluations
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ISSN 1759-8273

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Publisher
Publication year
2012
Format
pdf, 16p.
Rights
© The Policy Press 2012
Content Type
Evaluations
Identifier
ISSN 1759-8273