Social Protection Shuffle
In this participatory activity, players become subsistence farmers, who face changing risks and government officers. Players must make individual and collective decisions, with consequences.
To explore how:
- Regular cash transfer protects people from the impoverishing impacts of climate shocks
- Cash transfers allow people to invest in more resilient livelihoods
- Investing in social protection systems is in the long-run more cost-effective and can increase the speed of humanitarian response
Programme managers and policy makers in government and development agencies at global, regional, national and sub-national level.
Large room without tables and chairs.
This game was developed with support United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation and co-developed with Delft University Game Lab.
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