We are sharing this brief survey questionnaire to solicit feedback from those practitioners and policymakers working for governments, civil society, workers and employers organisations, UN agencies and development partners who have been involved in joint work on social protection, either in the initial conception of the Social Protection Floor Initiative in 2009 or subsequent work on social protection in HQs, regions or countries, up until to the present day. Your experiences and opinions will allow us to take stock of the progress of this joint work and consider the future direction of this collaboration. This will indicate how efforts can be systematically developed to advance collaboration and coordination to make social protection a reality for all. We would be most grateful if you would complete this short survey.

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3. Are you familiar with the International Labour Organization’s Social Protection Floor Recommendation 202 (2012)?

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Based on your understanding of the Social Protection Floor (SPF), 
please indicate which aspects of the SPF you consider most important? Please rank the options in order of preference (1 being most important, 6 being the least important).

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5. Which of the following statements best describe your engagement with the SPF? (more than one can be selected)

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6. Have you ever been involved with any of the following? (more than one option can be selected)

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7. Please rate how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statements regarding the relevance and impact of the social protection floor (SPF) concept.

  Strongly agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strong disagree N/A I never utilise it for this purpose
I use the SPF Recommendation (No. 202) for guidance when I communicate ideas on social protection
The SPF concept is very relevant to the work in my organisation
The SPF is helping with the extension of social protection to populations that had no social protection before
The SPF is a useful framework to convince other stakeholders
The SPF promotes understanding and action on social protection inside my organisation or my country
The SPF positions social protection more prominently on national/development agendas
The SPF helps promote the human right to social security
The SPF concept helps clarify the general understanding of social protection
The SPF improves coordination and collaboration among UN agencies and/or among ministries/national institutions
The SPF positively supports discussions between national governments/stakeholders and development partners
The SPF helps produce concrete policy change in countries
The SPF makes a meaningful contribution to the SDG goals
The SPF helps governments formulate policy and supports social protection reform
Overall, the SPF makes a positive contribution to the human rights and development agenda
I am not familiar with the SPF concept

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8. Do you have any concrete examples of how the SPF concept has helped or hindered progress on social protection in your professional experience? If so, please elaborate.

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9. Which thematic area(s) should the UN and development partners collaboratively work on in social protection in the next 10 years and what can be done?

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10. What suggestions would you give to improve UN/development coordination and collaboration on strengthening social protection systems? Please elaborate.

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12. What do you think is needed to make social protection a reality for all? What do you consider as a priority?

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13. Kindly share your contact details to receive the results of the study and/or if you wish to be contacted by the Social Protection Department of the ILO regarding this study.

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