Aud des Ambassadeurs and Aud des Ministries Plenary
Dec 07, 2022 02:00 PM - 03:30 PM(Africa/Casablanca)
20221207T1400 20221207T1530 Africa/Casablanca Plenary Session - Public Sector Leadership in Social and Behaviour Change

Introduction:

Public sector policies and actions regulate behaviours and promote societal change in various ways, such as through the application of law or by directing conduct through default rules, regulations, and social nudges. Governmental adoption of SBC approaches, tools, and interventions contributes to social development by challenging entrenched class, racial, gender, and other socio-economic hierarchies.

Many pressing health and social issues today, such as the recent COVID-19 pandemic or gender-based discrimination, have emphasized the significance of public leadership and governmental adoption of SBC to influence public and private behaviours and social practices by creating an enabling environment for change. Governments worldwide have used various approaches and strategies, such as incentives, bans and mandates, information campaigns, and nudges, to promote change in numerous areas. 

Aim:

The proposed session will shed light on the role of public leadership as a catalyst for sustainable social and behaviour change in society and provide some examples of governments' approaches, viewpoints, and challenges to integrating SBC approaches. Opportunities and ideas to aid SBC practitioners in advocating for the inclusion and application of SBC closed within public sector planning, policy and actions will be explored through this discussion.

Objectives:

Highlighting why and how SBCC tools, technology and platforms have been adopted by the government to advance national development goals with reference to COVID.Discuss the relevance of SBC approaches used by the public sector in the countries and those offered by NGOs and cooperation agencies. Discussing political environments/ enabling factors at the level of government that ...

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Introduction:

Public sector policies and actions regulate behaviours and promote societal change in various ways, such as through the application of law or by directing conduct through default rules, regulations, and social nudges. Governmental adoption of SBC approaches, tools, and interventions contributes to social development by challenging entrenched class, racial, gender, and other socio-economic hierarchies.

Many pressing health and social issues today, such as the recent COVID-19 pandemic or gender-based discrimination, have emphasized the significance of public leadership and governmental adoption of SBC to influence public and private behaviours and social practices by creating an enabling environment for change. Governments worldwide have used various approaches and strategies, such as incentives, bans and mandates, information campaigns, and nudges, to promote change in numerous areas. 

Aim:

The proposed session will shed light on the role of public leadership as a catalyst for sustainable social and behaviour change in society and provide some examples of governments' approaches, viewpoints, and challenges to integrating SBC approaches. Opportunities and ideas to aid SBC practitioners in advocating for the inclusion and application of SBC closed within public sector planning, policy and actions will be explored through this discussion.

Objectives:

  • Highlighting why and how SBCC tools, technology and platforms have been adopted by the government to advance national development goals with reference to COVID.
  • Discuss the relevance of SBC approaches used by the public sector in the countries and those offered by NGOs and cooperation agencies. 
  • Discussing political environments/ enabling factors at the level of government that facilitate the application of SBC.
  • Drawing recommendations for advocacy and cross-fertilization of approaches to engage with high-level government counterparts for improving the integration and coordination of SBC within national systems and processes
  • Discuss the relevance of SBC approaches used by the public sector in the countries and those offered by NGOs and cooperation agencies. 

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Ministère de la Santé Maroc
Ministry of Planning and Economic Development, Egypt
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Secretaria de Salud
Ghana Health Service
UNICEF Morroco
American University of Beirut
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Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies
Catholic Relief Services (CRS)
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Deputy Permanent Secretary Cameroon
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