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Nanumea island, Tuvalu
This study was undertaken to inform the SIDS Global Data Hub, launched at the SIDS4 Conference in May 2024, as well as Small Island Developing States' (SIDS) broader suite of activities on adaptation and resilience information, in the context of the next 10-year SIDS agenda: ‘The Antigua and Barbuda Agenda for SIDS – a Renewed Declaration for Resilient Prosperity’.

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  1. The livelihoods of forcibly displaced persons (FDPs): a global evidence review

    Working paper

  2. Supporting livelihoods in displacement: four recommendations for donors, policymakers and practitioners

    Briefing/policy paper

  3. The lives and livelihoods of forcibly displaced people in Mogadishu, Somalia

    Case/country study

  4. Gender-responsive social protection post Covid-19

    Journal issue/article

  5. Social protection and the future of work: a gender analysis

    Working paper

  6. Making it work: lesbian, bisexual and transgender women’s economic empowerment in the Philippines

    Research report

  7. Universal basic income and work

    Book/book chapter

  8. Women in the gig economy: paid work, care and flexibility in Kenya and South Africa

    Research report

  9. Gender and the gig economy: critical steps for evidence-based policy

    Working paper

  10. How to grow manufacturing and create jobs in a digital economy: 10 policy priorities for Kenya

    Research report

  11. The economic dimensions of mobility: access to jobs and sustainable livelihoods

    Briefing/policy paper

  12. Decent work, migration and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

    Briefing/policy paper

  13. Skill needs for the future

    Research report

  14. The gig economy in complex refugee situations


  15. Digitalisation and the future of manufacturing in Africa

    Research report

  16. Informal is the new normal: improving the lives of workers at risk of being left behind

    Working paper

  17. A good gig? The rise of on-demand domestic work

    Working paper

  18. Cash transfers: what does the evidence say?

    Research report