Not only do the social assistance and insurance systems in Viet Nam fail to accommodate key lifecycle risks associated with family life, but they leave out millions of vulnerable families and children, particularly those in the “missing middle”.
'Inclusive social security and the social contract: overcoming instability and building trust in the MENA region' is a working paper produced as part of the Ford Foundation funded Inclusive Social Security Policy Forum.
The report builds on our previous research with ITUC, showing the economic benefits of social protection by examining the different financing options that states have at their disposal in order to strengthen...
Written by Sarina D. Kidd for the Ford Foundation funded Inclusive Social Security Policy Forum, this working paper highlights how the international financial institutions (IFIs) shape social security policy in the MENA region.
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