Author:Fabián Repetto, Fernanda Potenza Dal Masetto
Social Protection and CCTs
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Abstract: "The social protection regime in Argentina has undergone changes over the past two decades. From the early 1990s until the 2001/02 crisis, privatisation of social security and decentralisation of health care and education in favour of provincial governments prevailed, while actions aimed at reducing poverty proliferated and successive (and failed) attempts were made to form a ‘social authority’. Finally, starting in 2001, a new regime began to take shape, whose central features included strengthening the role of the State as the driver of decentralised health care and education systems and unifying initiatives aimed at reducing poverty. In addition, the State has regained control of retirement funds and made advances in the progressive universalisation of social security by linking the contributory and non-contributory pillars. However, Argentina has not managed to strengthen social institutionality to promote integration based on measures that would be both relevant and necessary, like those described."(...)

keywords: Social Protection Systems, Latin America, the Caribbean, Argentina
Date Publication: 10/10/2018 - 08:14
Type/Issue: One Pager / 265
ISSN: 2318-9118
Language: Arabic