GLOBAL

SOCIAL PROTECTION

WEEK

25-28 November 2019
Geneva, Switzerland

ACHIEVING SDG 1.3 AND UNIVERSAL SOCIAL PROTECTION IN

THE CONTEXT OF THE FUTURE OF WORK

 

#USP2030

 

The Global Social Protection Week will provide a roadmap for the future of social protection within the framework of the recently adopted ILO Centenary Declaration for the Future of Work.

PROGRAMME

High-Level Segment

25 – 26 November 2019

Technical Segment

27 – 28 November 2019

HIGH-LEVEL SEGMENT

 

On Monday, key actors representing governments, workers, employers, international organizations and international financial institutions, as well as civil society organizations and academia, will discuss the catalytic role of social protection for achieving Agenda 2030, the current state of affairs and remaining gaps in protection, and how partners have joined forces and developed a common strategy to achieve SDG 1.3. On the second day, the ILO Social Protection Department will launch a landmark publication on the financing gaps to achieve SDG 1.3, followed by a discussion on how to create fiscal space, and a call upon countries and partners to share their commitments to achieve SDG 1.3.

Monday, 25 November
09:45-11:45 Social protection, a global priority and investment with high returns
Call to Action USP2030
14:00-15:15 Still 55% without social protection
15:45-17:00 A common strategy to achieve SDG’s on social protection
17:00-18:30 Speed Networking Marketplace: Initiatives on social protection
Tuesday, 26 November
09:00-10:15 Achieving SDG’s requires increased investments
10:45-12:00 Financing social protection: Creating fiscal space at the national level and providing support a the international level
14:00-15:15 Commitment session
15:45-17:00 Conclusion and way forward
17:00-18:30 Speed Networking Marketplace: Initiatives on social protection /
USP2030 meeting (by invitation only)

TECHNICAL SEGMENT

 

The technical segment provides the opportunity to continue and deepen the discussions of the high-level conference. 18 sessions, organized in six streams over the course of two days, will bring together experts to discuss the development and enhancement of social protection systems which are adequate, sustainable and adapted to developments in the world of work. The technical segment is opened by a high-level panel in the plenary on Wednesday morning and closed by a partnering session and outlook for the future on Thursday afternoon.

Wednesday, 27 November 2019

Stream 1
Achieving universal social protection, covering the uncovered and reducing inequalities

Stream 2
Adapting social protection to a changing world

Stream 3
Achieving universal social protection, covering the uncovered and reducing inequalities
09:00-10:15 Social protection for facilitating transitions and a future that works
10:45-12:00 1.1 Covering the missing middle: Informal economy workers 2.1 Social protection and climate change 3.1 Building rights-based social protection systems
14:00-15:15 1.2 Extending health protection and achieving universal health coverage 2.2 Extending social protection to migrant workers 3.2 Formulating national policies and strategies and national dialogue
15:45-17:00 1.3 Extending social protection to the rural populations 2.3 Social protection in the context of humanitarian and development nexus 3.3 Building adequate and sustainable pension systems
17:00-18:30 Speed Networking Marketplace: Initiatives on social protection /
Workers’ network meeting (by invitation only)

Wednesday, 27 November 2019

Stream 1
Achieving universal social protection, covering the uncovered and reducing inequalities
09:00-10:15 Social protection for facilitating transition and a future that works
10:45-12:00 1.1 Covering the missing middle: Informal economy workers
14:00-15:15 1.2 Extending health protection and achieving universal health coverage
15:45-17:00 1.3 Extending social protection to the rural populations
17:00-18:30 Speed Networking Marketplace: Initiatives on social protection /
Workers’ network meeting (by invitation only)
Stream 2
Adapting social protection to a changing world
09:00-10:15 Social protection for facilitating transition and a future that works
10:45-12:00 2.1 Social protection and climate change
14:00-15:15 2.2 Extending social protection to migrant workers
15:45-17:00 2.3 Social protection in the context of humanitarian and development nexus
17:00-18:30 Speed Networking Marketplace: Initiatives on social protection /
Workers’ network meeting (by invitation only)
Stream 3
Achieving universal social protection, covering the uncovered and reducing inequalities
09:00-10:15 Social protection for facilitating transition and a future that works
10:45-12:00 3.1 Building rights-based social protection systems
14:00-15:15 3.2 Formulating national policies and strategies and national dialogue
15:45-17:00 3.3 Building adequate and sustainable pension systems
17:00-18:30 Speed Networking Marketplace: Initiatives on social protection /
Workers’ network meeting (by invitation only)

Thursday, 28 November 2019

Stream 4
Financing sustainable social protection systems
Stream 5
Social protection in the context of the future of work
Stream 6
Making the right to social protection a reality for all
09:00-10:15 4.1/2 Financing gaps and creating fiscal space for achieving SDG 1.3 5.1 Investing in people’s capabilities: The role of social protection in supporting lifelong learning and labour market transitions 6.1 Opportunities and risks of new technologies in the delivery of social protection
10:15-12:00 5.2 Achieving social justice in a globalized world: Social protection for workers on digital platforms 6.2 A culture of social protection
12:00-14:00 Global Business Network meeting (by invitation only)
14:00-15:15 4.3 Exploring the feasibility of international financing for social protection systems 5.3 Gender responsive social protection and the care economy 6.3 Tripartite action for the development of sustainable and socially responsive social protection systems
15:45-17:00

Partnering for USP and SDG 1.3 – USP2030, UN SPFI, SPIAC-B, GBN, workers network, SPF Global Coalition

17:00-18:00 Conclusion and way forward

Thursday, 28 November 2019

Stream 4
Financing sustainable social protection systems
09:00-10:15 4.1/2 Financing gaps and creating fiscal space for achieving SDG 1.3
10:15-12:00
12:00-14:00 Global Business Network meeting (by invitation only)
14:00-15:15 4.3 Exploring the feasibility of international financing for social protection systems
15:45-17:00 Partnering for USP and SDG 1.3 – USP2030, UN SPFI, SPIAC-B, GBN, workers network, SPF Global Coalition
17:00-18:00 Conclusion and way forward
Stream 5
Social protection in the context of the future of work
09:00-10:15 5.1 Investing in people’s capabilities: The role of social protection in supporting lifelong learning and labour market transitions
10:15-12:00 5.2 Achieving social justice in a globalized world: Social protection for workers on digital platforms
12:00-14:00 Global Business Network meeting (by invitation only)
14:00-15:15 5.3 Gender responsive social protection and the care economy
15:45-17:00

Partnering for USP and SDG 1.3 – USP2030, UN SPFI, SPIAC-B, GBN, workers network, SPF Global Coalition

17:00-18:00 Conclusion and way forward
Stream 6
Making the right to social protection a reality for all
09:00-10:15 6.1 Opportunities and risks of new technologies in the delivery of social protection
10:15-12:00 6.2 A culture of social protection
12:00-14:00 Global Business Network meeting (by invitation only)
14:00-15:15 6.3 Tripartite action for the development of sustainable and socially responsive social protection systems
15:45-17:00 Partnering for USP and SDG 1.3 – USP2030, UN SPFI, SPIAC-B, GBN, workers network, SPF Global Coalition
17:00-18:00 Conclusion and way forward

PANEL SPEAKERS

Anousheh KARVAR

Anousheh KARVAR is the Delegate of the French Government to the ILO’s Governing Body, as well as the Labour & Employment...

Barry Herman

Barry Herman has been a Visiting Scholar since July 2016 at the Julien J. Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs at...

Cecilia Mbaka

Cecilia Mbaka is currently the Head of the National Social Protection Secretariat in the State Department of Social Protection...

David Coady

David Coady is Division Chief of the Expenditure Policy Division at the Fiscal Affairs Department of the IMF. Prior to joining...

Francisca Jiménez

Francisca Jiménez Paniagua líder Sindical por más de 30 años, mujer emprendedora  y luchadora por los derechos laborales...

Giovanna Prialé Reyes

Es Doctora en Ciencias Sociales y Humanas por la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana de Colombia, con un Master of Arts in...

Jayati Ghosh

Jayati Ghosh is Professor of Economics at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.  Her research interests include...

Jeffrey D. Sachs

Jeffrey D. Sachs is a University Professor and Director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University,...

Liina Carr

Liina Carr was re-elected ETUC Confederal Secretary in 2019, having first been elected in 2015. Her responsibilities at ETUC...

Lisa Kurbiel

As Head of the Joint SDG Fund, Lisa Kurbiel promotes partnerships with Governments, UN entities, civil society, academia, the...

Magdalena Sepúlveda

Dr. Magdalena Sepúlveda is Senior Research Associate at the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD)....

Marcelina Bautista

Es Mexicana, con 22 años de experiecia como trabajadora del hogar y con 19 años de activismo por los derechos humanos...

Marjeta JAGER

Marjeta JAGER is currently Deputy Director-General for the Directorate- General for International cooperation and Development...

Michal Rutkowski

Mr. Michal Rutkowski is the Global Director for Social Protection and Jobs – overseeing the World Bank Global Practice...

Michelle Bachelet Jeria

On September 1, 2018 Michelle Bachelet assumed her functions as the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. ...

Mirai Chatterjee

Mirai Chatterjee is the Director of the Social Security Team at Self-Employed Women’s Association, (SEWA). She is also...

Philippe Lazzarini

Philippe Lazzarini has 30 years of professional experience including in leadership positions with the United Nations, the...

Plamen Dimitrov

Plamen Dimitrov has about 30 years of experience in the world of work. He has occupied leadership positions at national and...

Roberto Suárez Santos

Roberto Suárez Santos was appointed Secretary-General of the International Organisation of Employers (IOE) on 26 October 2018,...

Saila Ruuth

Saila Ruuth is State Secretary to Minister of Social Affairs and Health Aino-Kaisa Pekonen. Before her appointment as State...

Sekai Nzenza

Dr Sekai Nzenza is the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare for the Zimbabwe Government. She trained as a...

Sharan Burrow

Sharan Burrow is the General Secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation, representing 207 million workers in 163...

Yukihiro Nitta

In his current role as Group Senior Vice President of Fast Retailing, Yukihiro Nitta’s area of direct responsibility is...

REGISTRATION REQUEST

The Global Social Protection Week aims to bring together representatives of governments, workers’ and employers’ organizations, development partners, international financing institutions, regional bodies, UN agencies, private sector, academia and civil society involved in the design and implementation of national social protection systems including floors. The ILO reserves the right to decline registration requests.

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