UNICEF Social Inclusion, Policy and Budgeting

Working briefs

UNICEF's working briefs address crucial issues facing the world's children. They cover broad areas of policy work in UNICEF: the global economic crisis and recovery, child poverty, child-sensitive social protection, social budgeting and migration.

The shorter briefs summarize up to date technical analysis and information on pressing economic and social policy issues. 

Working briefs

TITLE AUTHOR / ORGANIZATION DATE
Preparing for an Uncertain Future: Expanding Social Protection for Children in Eastern Europe and Central Asia Deolinda Martins, Elena Gaia
UNICEF
2012
Rising Food Prices and Children’s Welfare Nora Lustig
UNICEF
2012
Policy Matters, Edition 1 (October 2011) Division of Policy and Practice
UNICEF
2011
UNICEF, Economists and Economic Policy: Bringing children into development strategies Sir Richard Jolly
UNICEF
2011
A Multidimensional Approach to Measuring Child Poverty Sharmila Kurukulasuriya and Solrun Engilbertsdottir
UNICEF
2011
Aftershocks from the Global Food Crisis Ronald Mendoza and Megan Torres
UNICEF
2010
Protecting Salaries of Frontline Teachers and Health Workers Jingqing Chai, Isabel Ortiz and Xavier R. Sire
UNICEF
2010
Social Protection: Accelerating the MDGs with Equity Isabel Ortiz, Gaspar Fajth, Jennifer Yablonski and Amjad Rabi
UNICEF
2010
Two Years into the Crisis: Signs of Severe Coping Strategies that are Impacting on Children Ronald Mendoza
UNICEF
2010
Economic Update: Countries' Evolving Vulnerability from a Child's Perspective Jingqing Chai
UNICEF
2009
How Economic Shocks Affect Poor Households and Children Ronald Mendoza and Erika Strand
UNICEF
2009

 

 

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