Papers written by independent or institutionally affiliated researchers that present research findings about a facet of social protection in the Arab region.
This extensive research paper reviews Egypt’s COVID-19 response and health policies; wage, insurance and labor policies; and economic policies before concluding with a number policy recommendations.
This report, accompanied by a policy brief, embarked on actionable policy research to examine and assess the interplay of the social policy dimensions, global experiences, and regional responses to the pandemic in the Arab region.
The author reviews state and non-state responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in Tunisia between March 2020 and March 2021.
In this paper, the authors argue for a major shift in the ways the country is currently governed in favour of greater openness in politics and markets, and for the international community to seriously engage Egypt on the need to reform economically and politically.