Targeting the Elderly or Targeting Households
Morning Symposium on Social Pensions verses Social Assistance
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Pension Core Course 2013: Symposium on Social Pensions vs. Social Assistance

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Pension Core Course 2013: Symposium on Social Pensions vs. Social Assistance

  1. 1. Targeting the Elderly or Targeting Households Morning Symposium on Social Pensions verses Social Assistance Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013 Room: MC 2-800 9:00- 9:15 Welcome. The Importance of Social Pensions and Social Assistance for Old Age Poverty Protection. (Arup Banerji, Director of Social Protection, The World Bank) 9:15- 10:45 Should the Elderly be Targeted? Social Pensions for the Elderly or Social Assistance for Households. Chair: Robert Palacios, The World Bank  Margaret Grosh, The World Bank  Krzysztof Hagemejer, Coordinator of Social Security Policy, ILO  Charles Knox-Vydmanov, Helpage International  Discussant: Armando Barrientos (via VC): Professor and Research Director, Brooks World Poverty Institute. 10:45- 11:00 Coffee 11:00- 12:15 Country Experiences Chair: Ruslan Yemstov, The World Bank  The Experience of Mexico (Emma Aguila, RAND)  Insights from the Brazil Rural Assistance Program (Mariano Bosch Mossi, Inter-American Development Bank)  Insights from Malaysia (Mark Dorfman, The World Bank)  Insights from Sub-Saharan Africa (Philippe Leite, The World Bank)  Experiences in LICs (Armando Barrientos - via Video) 12:15- 12:30 Summary and key messages Robert Palacios

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