SPRI Global is proud to collaborate with the Department of Sociology, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia and BPJS Ketenagakerjaan (Employment Social Security Agency), Indonesia on our ongoing International Summer Course on Social Protection in the Changing Labour Market.

The course will run until September 29 in Yogyakarta and is structured in four modules:

  • Social protection in a global context,
  • Demographic changes and employment,
  • Digital economy and young workers,
  • Current trends in the sociology of work.

SPRI Global designed and is currently teaching the first week of the course, with the schedule being as follows:

Day 1

  • What is poverty?
  • Equity & social inclusion
  • Risks facing individuals & households
  • Social protection – sustainable development goals, risk management
  • Social protection – myths and misconceptions
  • Assignments

Day 2

  • Social assistance & targeting
  • Simulation exercise on targeting social transfers
  • Mapping the Indonesian social protection system
  • Assignments

Day 3

  • Multidimensional poverty
  • Contributory social protection
  • Contributory social protection: The ASEAN & Indonesian context
  • Social protection for the informal sector
  • Assignments

Day 4

  • Institutional framework of social protection: Integrated models, single registry
  • Social protection administration and policy implementation
  • Financing social protection: budgeting, costing, creating fiscal space
  • Assignments

Day 5

  • Group assignments
  • Presentation of assignments
  • Closing presentations