The World Bank supports social development by listening to poor people and promoting their voices in the development process; understanding and addressing their needs, priorities and aspirations; and building formal and informal institutions.
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This regional PSIA learning event in Poland is an opportunity to collectively reflect on the successes in moving forward the PSIA agenda, but also the challenges and difficulties we face with this work...Read More »
The Second Asia Regional Conference on Community-Driven Development (CDD) aims to facilitate a dialogue among various actors, including government officials, development partners, non-governmental stakeholders,...Read More »
Michael Green, Executive Director of the Social Progress Imperative, will explain how the Index measures the inclusiveness of 132 countries and how it is being used by governments, businesses and civil...Read More »
Croatia has a complex and mature social protection system, albeit fragmented and costly to administer, with only a small share of spending targeted to the poorest. A new World Bank financed project support...Read More »
The World Bank is holding a consultation meeting on its proposed Environmental and Social Framework in London on 20 January 2015. This meeting is part of the ongoing comprehensive review and update of...Read More »
The Global Group on Indigenous Peoples and the Social Inclusion Cluster through its Portfolio Review have identified projects that addressed Indigenous Peoples (IPs) issues in an innovative manner.
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The World Bank’s Global Partnerships and Trust Fund Operations Department in cooperation with the Tokyo Development Learning Center and the World Bank Tokyo Office, will hold the seventh Japan Social Development...Read More »
“Invisible Wounds” is a conversation among development practitioners and mental health and psychosocial experts and researchers about how we can improve effectiveness of our projects by integrating sensitivity...Read More »