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GCSPF responds to inequalities @HLPF 2019

e-GCSPF # 25 – July 2019 – HLPF       Members of the GCSPF participate at the High-level Political Forum 2019       The High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development will meet from Tuesday, 9 July, to Thursday, 18 July 2019; including the three-day ministerial […]

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GCSPF Newsletter #24 – June 2019

e-GCSPF # 24 – June 2019       Monitor new IMF commitments in your country       On June 14, 2019 the International Monetary Fund launched a new policy on the IMF and social spending two years after a critical assessment by its Independent Evaluation […]

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GCSPF Newsletter #23 – May 2019

e-GCSPF # 23 – May 2019       Data Protection is Social Protection       Social-protection programs are supposed to do just what the name implies: protect those segments of society that are most in need. Demanding that beneficiaries effectively renounce their rights to personal […]

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Newsletter #22 – April 2019

e-GCSPF # 22 – April 2019       The legal, political, economic and moral imperatives to finance social protection for all       The GCSPF launches a statement of its position on financing Social Protection on Thursday, 11 April, 2019, on the occasion of the […]

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Newsletter #21 – March 2019 – CSW 63

e-GCSPF # 21 – March 2019 – CSW63         GCSPF at the 63rd Session of the Commission on the Status of Women Members of the Global Coalition for Social Protection Floors will participate in the CSW63 that will take place at the United Nations […]

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GCSPF Newsletter #19 – January 2019

e-GCSPF # 19 – January 2019         The IMF’s new policy framework on social protection As the IMF prepares its new institutional view on how to address social protection in its work with member countries, the GCSPF has prepared this note to highlight a […]

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GCSPF Newsletter #17 – November 2018

e-GCSPF # 17 – November 2018 Written Statement of the GCSPF to the CSW63 The GCSPF submitted a written statement to the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW63). The priority theme of the CSW63 is social protection systems, access to public services and sustainable infrastructure for […]

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