The International Social Security Association (ISSA) has published a brand-new report on the global priorities for social security. The report was presented at the opening day of the World Social Security Forum, which takes place from 24 to 28 October in Marrakech, Morocco.
During the 2020–2022 triennium, the ISSA Technical Commission on Mutual Benefit Societies (TC Mutual) has focused on the evolving needs of an ageing population, social security coverage in a changing world, and the role of social security in promoting inclusive growth and social cohesion.
The Technical Commission for Contribution Collection and Compliance (TC CCC) has been active in many areas during the 2020–2022 triennium, working on several reports, the revision of ISSA Guidelines, contributing to key events and piloting e-workshops.
With an output of 11 reports during the 2020–2022 triennium, the Technical Commission on Invalidity, Old Age and Survivors (TC Pension) has produced important knowledge for the design and implementation of future pensions schemes. It has also shared its knowledge actively through the participation
Framed on the 2020–2022 priorities of the International Social Security Association (ISSA), activities of the Technical Commission on Family Benefits (TC FAM) were geared towards addressing the Role of social protection in promoting inclusive growth and Social security coverage in a changing world
The Technical Commission on Information and Communication Technology (TC ICT) has focussed on the accelerated digital transformation of social security institutions between 2020 and 2022, and the ICT 2022 Conference was a highlight during the triennium.
In the week that the International Social Security Association (ISSA) celebrates its 95th anniversary (4 October), we can reflect on its growth from 17 members in nine countries in 1927 to 320 members in 160 countries today. This expansion has been a result of over nine decades promoting and
The International Social Security Association (ISSA) has addressed major health care-related challenges during the triennium 2020–2022, and the Technical Commission on Medical Care and Sickness Insurance (TC Health) played a key role in this endeavour.