1 edition of Achieving effective social protection in Latin America found in the catalog.
Achieving effective social protection in Latin America
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Helena Ribe, David A. Robalino, and Ian Walker|
|Series||Directions in development|
|Contributions||Robalino, David A., Walker, Ian, 1957-, World Bank|
|LC Classifications||HD7130.5 .R53 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780821383988, 9780821383995|
|LC Control Number||2010015476|
This chapter focuses on social assistance programmes in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC): those designed primarily to reduce poverty and deprivation. It looks briefly at the evolution of these programmes since their inception, about a century ago, but concentrates primarily on the dramatic expansion in and transformation of Latin America's social assistance portfolio in the last two decades. Theoretically rich and empirically rigorous, Social Policy Expansion in Latin America explains why social policy expanded more dramatically in some Latin America countries than in others. Garay’s book makes a major contribution to research on comparative social policy in Latin America. It will be widely read, assigned and cited.'.
Mexico is reaching universal health coverage in A national health insurance programme called Seguro Popular, introduced in , is providing access to a package of comprehensive health services with financial protection for more than 50 million Mexicans previously excluded from insurance. Universal coverage in Mexico is synonymous with social protection of health. Major social movements emerged in most of Latin America in response to the economic crisis of the ’s and early ’s and challenged neo-liberal ruling class control. The most successful were found in Brazil, Ecuador, Venezuela, Argentina and Bolivia.
This book documents the high economic stakes around teacher quality, benchmarks the current performance of LAC's teachers, and delineates the key issues. How to Raise Student Learning in Latin America and the and d) social sector institutions (pensions, social protection, and education). In each of these areas, the authors summarize the. What began as protests against police brutality in the wake of George Floyd’s death have converged into a larger conversation on racial and social justice in America, creating what may now constitute the largest movement in U.S. is a remarkable moment that has also led me to reexamine my own experience as a biracial, first-generation American and how it shapes my role as a .
Spice Islands voyage
Preservation and historical considerations
Animals and archaeology (BAR international series)
Results of forest insect and disease surveys in the northeastern region of Ontario, 1984/ M. J. Thomson, et al.
Hand book to French hall marks on gold and silver plate.
Lessons from the old school
Year book of Canadian art.
Education through psychology
The Visit (Evergreen Original, E-344)
Historical and taxonomic studies in the genus Titanoderma (Rhodophyta, Corallinales) in the British Isles.
Solution characteristics associated with convergent-divergent problem solving.
catechism on the chief points of difference between the Church of England and the Church of Rome.
Year book of adult continuing education
John M. Hamm.
IT governance in a networked world
Achieving Effective Social Protection for All in Latin America and the Caribbean: From Right to Reality (Directions in Development) [Ribe, Helena, Robalino, David A., Walker, Ian] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Achieving Effective Social Protection for All in Latin America and the Caribbean: From Right to Reality (Directions in Development)Cited by: Achieving effective social protection for all in Latin America and the Caribbean: from right to reality / Helena Ribe, David A.
Robalino, and Ian Walker. — (Directions in development) Includes bibliographical references and index. This study highlights the interaction between social protection programs and labour markets in the Latin America region. It presents new evidence on the limited coverage of existing programmes and emphasizes the challenges caused by high informality for achieving universal social protection for old age income, for health, for unemployment risks and for anti poverty safety nets.
Get this from a library. Achieving effective social protection in Latin America: from right to reality. [Helena Ribe; David A Robalino; Ian Walker; World Bank.] -- This study highlights the interaction between social protection programs and labor markets in the Latin America region.
It presents new evidence on the limited coverage of existing programs and. Achieving Effective Social Protection for All in Latin America and the Caribbean. This study highlights the interaction between social protection programs and labor markets in the Latin America region.
It presents new evidence on the limited coverage of existing programs and emphasizes the challenges caused by high informality for achieving universal social Achieving effective social protection in Latin America book for old age income, for health, for unemployment risks and for anti poverty safety nets.
Achieving effective social protection for all in Latin America and the Caribbean: from right to reality (English). This book highlights the main findings of a regional study by the World Bank, from right to reality: how Latin America and the Caribbean can achieve universal social protection by improving redistribution and adapting programs to labor markets.
This report is part of a series of national case studies aimed at disseminating knowledge on the current status of social protection systems in Latin American and Caribbean countries, and at discussing their main challenges in terms of realizing of the economic and social rights of the population and achieving key development goals, such as combating poverty and hunger.
progress in health protection in Latin America. Main lessons learned as well as in effective access to ensure the availability and affordability of quality health care services.
guarantee security for children, persons of working- of achieving social protection for all. n 4 1. ESS52_eng_Social protection systems in Latin America - An iii Abstract This paper assesses the present state of social protection systems in Latin America and their future challenges.
It analyses the positive effects of the recent efforts to expand Social. Get this from a library. Achieving effective social protection for all in Latin America and the Caribbean: from right to reality.
[Helena Ribe; David A Robalino; Ian Walker; World Bank.] -- The study focuses on three fundamental questions: how to protect the most vulnerable without promoting informality and dampening incentives to work and save; how to ensure that scarce public.
Social protection serves as an important development tool, helping to alleviate deprivation, reduce social risks, raise household income and develop human capital. This book brings together an interdisciplinary team of international experts to analyse social protection systems and welfare regimes across contemporary Latin America.
Achieving Effective Social Protection for All in Latin America and the Caribbean: From Right to Reality Robalino, David A.; Walker, Ian () Slow progress in improving the coverage of Latin America and the Caribbean's (LAC's) traditional social protection (SP) programs, combined with the deepening of democracy, have led to calls for a.
This book reflects on the public policies, programmes and regulatory frameworks that are taking a rights-based approach to expanding social protection coverage and benefits in Latin America, with a view to achieving universal coverage.
The book’s discussion of the policy tools and programmes pursued in the region aims to provide the reader. A Resource Platform for Development Practitioners and Policy Makers Linking Social Protection and Human Rights was a collaboration between the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) and the former United Nations Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights, Magdalena Sepúlveda, to enhance awareness of, and develop the capacity to.
programme “Social protection and inclusion in Latin America and the Caribbean” (SWE/09/) and the United Nations Development Account, through the seventh tranche of the project “Strengthening social. Get this from a library. Achieving Effective Social Protection for All in Latin America and the Caribbean: From Right to Reality.
[David A Robalino; Helena Ribe; Ian Walker] -- This study highlights the interaction between social protection programs and labor markets in the Latin America region. It presents new evidence on the limited coverage of existing programs and.
Social protection and social progress related goals include SDG 3 on health and achieving universal health coverage (target Latin America and the Caribbean and in Southern Africa (ILO.
The handling of social protection responsibilities in government structures 41 3. Reviewing experience and policy approaches 42 Poor people’s realities: implications for social protection from participatory research 42 Social protection through institutions outside the state: the historical experience of developed countries.
Social protection responses to the Covid crisis. Country responses in Asia and the Pacific; Fiscal space for social protection.
A handbook for assessing financing options; Measuring financing gaps in social protection for achieving SDG target Global estimates and strategies for developing countries. The World Bank Group’s year social protection and labor strategy () lays out ways to deepen World Bank Group’s involvement, capacity, knowledge, and impact in delivering social protection programs.
The strategy calls for a systematic approach that addresses fragmentation and duplication in programs, helping to create financing, governance and solutions tailored to countries.Social insurance and social protection. That discussion confirmed the bleak picture concerning the developing countries painted in the Report.
The unfavourable situation of women with regard to social protection was emphasized, as was the social distress which had resulted from structural adjustment policies. Some delegates had found the.