New forms of work and work patterns have emerged over the past decades that challenge the relationship between labour markets and social security. These developments are having a significant impact at various levels.
The political economy of pension reforms in times of global crisis: State unilateralism or social dialogue?
Working Paper No. 37
ILO, Industry and Employment Relations Department
This paper examines the political economy of pension reforms in times of economic crisis and its impact on social dialogue and tripartite instituti...
سياسات التشغيل, الشيخوخة/ الورثة |
Unemployment insurance systems and youth employment policies
Corine Maeyaert, Officer, National Employment Office, Belgium
During the 2008-2010 triennium the Technical Commission on Employment Policies and Unemployment Insurance examined the theme of demographic change.
Technical Commission on Employment Policies and Unemployment Insurance
Summary of findings 2008-2010
The central theme of the Technical Commission’s work during the 2008-2010 triennium was demographic change.
Responding to the crisis: Building a 'social floor'
Magazine World of Work (December 2009)
International Labour Office
Cover story: Current estimates suggest that 50 per cent of the world’s population currently live without any social security protection while 80 pe...
حول الضمان الاجتماعي, سياسات التشغيل, الصحة, التغييرات السكانية |