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Rachel Slater

SLRC Project Research Director/Research Fellow Social Protection

Portrait of Rachel Slater

Rachel's most recent work includes policy analysis and providing advisory support to social protection policy-makers and implementers, and the development of innovative social protection instruments and implementation mechanisms (including the design of targeting tools for social protection programmes, and a toolbox for maximising linkages between growth and social protection). Rachel is also the Research Director of the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium.

To request a copy of Rachel’s CV, please email [email protected].

  1. Conducting surveys to find out people's perceptions of service delivery in conflict: You must be crazy!

  2. DSA Conference: Service delivery and state-building: perceptions of governance in fragile and conflict-affected situations

    Event

  3. Taxation and livelihoods: a review of the evidence from conflict affected situations

    Briefing/policy papers

  4. Third world conference on human security: humanitarian perspectives and responses

    Event

  5. Social protection and resilient food systems: The role of integrated livelihoods approaches

    Research reports

  6. Public works and resilient food systems

    Research reports

  7. Social protection and resilient food systems - a synthesis

    Research reports

  8. Funds for peace? Examining the transformative potential of social funds

    Other

  9. Do cross-border comparisons affect our understanding of how delivering basic services contributes to state legitimacy?

  10. A longitudinal panel survey in a conflict-affected situation! Are you crazy?

  11. Growth and livelihoods in conflict-affected situations: what do we know?

    Briefing/policy papers

  12. Growth and livelihoods in fragile and conflict-affected situations

    Working papers

  13. Social protection and basic services in conflict-affected situations: what do we know?

    Briefing/policy papers

  14. Social protection and basic services in fragile and conflict-affected situations

    Working papers

  15. Service delivery and state-building: the 46.7 billion dollar question?

  16. Social protection for older persons: social pensions in Asia

    Event

  17. The benefits and challenges of using systematic reviews in international development research

    Other

  18. Views amidst violence: can perception surveys improve aid in fragile states?

    Event

  19. All you ever wanted to know about the UN social protection floor initiative

    Event

  20. Making systematic reviews work for international development research

    Working papers