Courses Catalogue

Social Security And Social Protection

COURSE CODE: SWS 2201
COURSE CREDIT UNIT: 0
ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Social Work And Social Administration, Bachelor
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: College of Humanities and Social Sciences
STATUS: Core
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

Required Readings

  1. Arne, T. (2004). Towards feasible social security systems in sub-Saharan Africa. Working 5. Chr.Michelsen Institute, Bergen
  2. Barya, John-Jean (2011). Social security and social protection in the East African Community
  3. Barya, J. (2009). Interrogating the right to security and social protection in Uganda, HURIPEC Working Paper No. 23.
  4. Bastagli, F. (2013), Feasibility of social protection schemes in developing countries. Overseas Development Institute (ODI), UK.
  5. Bukuluki, P. and Watson, C. (2014). An evaluation study of the efficiency, effectiveness and appropriateness of targeting in Uganda’s Social Assistance Grants for Empowerment scheme(SAGE). Final report submitted to Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development
  6. Caracciolo, B (2011). Social protection: An instrument for poverty reduction and social cohesion. http://www.socialwatch.org/sites/default/file /Eu_SW2010_SocialProtection_eng.pdf accessed on23rd October 2013
  7. Debating Social Protection’ Devereux, S and Sabates – Wheeler, R. (2007) IDS Bulletin     38, 3, Brington: Institute of Development studies.
  8. Rebecca Holmes (2009) Social protection to tackle child poverty in Equatorial     Guinea London: Overseas Development Institute
  9. Paola Pereznietao (2009) Social Protection to tackle child poverty in Mali London:     Overseas Development Institute.