All Resources Harnessing new social data for effective social policy and service delivery
Harnessing new social data for effective social policy and service delivery
Better data can improve the ability of social protection systems to identify and address people’s needs. This background note first describes innovations in the realms of social data collection, of data linking and of utilising data from non-traditional sources. Second, it outlines novel ways in which social policy planning, implementation and evaluation make use of these data.
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