In pursuing these objectives, the institutional diversity of social security found in the Americas offers great potential for all countries to better achieve social cohesion and more equitable economic growth. Noting that much of the institutional basis for enhancing the adequacy and scope of coverage already exists – a remaining requirement is for further improvements in the coordination and governance of social security institutions. To this end, a healthy inclusive culture of social dialogue in the region augers well.
This is the fourth in a four-volume set of regional Developments and Trends reports designed to accompany and inform ISSA Regional Forums during the 2008-2010 triennium. The reports and the Regional Forums represent a new approach to better understand and address the key challenges ISSA member organizations are facing in the different regions of the world.
English [ 2-DT-Americas2010.pdf 2,68 MB ]
Portuguese [ 8-DT-Americas2010.pdf 2,89 MB ]
Spanish [ 3-DT-Americas2010.pdf 2,65 MB ]
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