Abstract:"Social protection policy in Brazil is a historically built patchwork of programmes that pay different values to people in the same situation, leaves many unprotected (in particular, 17 million children) and is fraught with duplications and other inefficiencies. This incongruous patchwork as a whole is only slightly progressive and has very modest effects on the income distribution". (...)

Keywords:proposal, unification, social protection, benefits, children, youth, vulnerable, poverty
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Type/Issue:One Pager/432

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