SPRI Global


As an institute of research and learning, SPRI Global is committed to helping researchers, policy practitioners, officials, and citizens expand their knowledge and capacities to help them tackle social and economic challenges. Our educational programs bring together an extensive history of international practical experience in the fields of social policy, social protection and public finance management, with current and context-specific evidence.

SPRI Global differs from traditional institutes of learning. Unlike in many educational organizations, you’ll be taught by researchers and professionals actively contributing to the areas of your interest, all practicing in the fields of social policy and social protection analysis, design and financing.

By providing a challenging and enriching learning experience through innovative and interactive learning packages, we provide participants with the necessary tools to apply to both immediate challenges and lifelong learning.

Our portfolio of training courses outlines a selection of modules SPRI Global has delivered internationally. SPRI Global runs a training program of regular learning events. These include intensive hands-on workshops in multidimensional and monetary poverty measurement, personalised coaching in adaptive social protection, interactive and serious gaming in trainings on public finance for children, and intensive data analysis and visualization trainings for social science practitioners.

 Tap into your potential now, and find the perfect course for you and your schedule.

Poverty Analysis

Courses designed with both researcher and policy practitioner in mind, the trainings represent the ideal combination of statistical theory and practice in the field of poverty measurement and analysis. 

Social Protection

Courses aimed at a wide range of professionals working in social protection institutions, ministries, international organizations, social partners and civil society partners, tasked with designing and implementing social protection measures. 

Public Finance for Children

Courses aimed at providing participants with the necessary tools to engage with relevant stake stages of the budget cycle to achieve results outlined within the PF4C initiative, covering the results chain from the design of child-related policies to the achievement of outcomes for children.

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