SAARC-UNICEF Regional Policy Dialogue on Enhancing the Financial Sustainability and Effectiveness of Social Protection Systems in South Asia

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2. Regional Policy Peer-Review (PRP) Exercise

Following an established methodology used in different fora and organizations, the Regional Policy Peer-Review (PPR) Exercise aims to promote peer-to-peer learning and exchange and build a network of practitioners within the region. To encourage openness, trust and cooperation, the Policy Peer Review will be held under the Chatham House Rule, meaning that discussions will be confidential to allow participants to speak freely and in their personal capacity. Delegates will be sent additional materials to prepare for the PPR in due course.


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