‘Leaving no one behind’: extending social protection to excluded groups
In many low- and middle-income countries, inadequate and low social protection coverage remains a key challenge to effective social protection provision. Informal workers and migrants are two population groups that, despite high levels of vulnerability, are at a high risk of exclusion from social protection.
This project explores the barriers to and opportunities for extending social protection coverage to ‘hard-to-reach’ groups.
- Informality, women and social protection: Identifying barriers to provide effective coverage
- Extending social insurance to informal workers: A gender analysis
- Internal migrants and social protection: a review of eligibility and take-up
Director of Equity and Social Policy programme, Principal Research Fellow
Senior Research Fellow