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A new scheme of the Accountability Office of SEDESOL (Secretariat of Social Development of Mexico) was presented by Secretary of Social Development, Jose Antonio Meade, and Secretary of Public Administration, Virgilio Andrade Martinez.

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) released a new report on the measurement of child care quality as a toolkit, which will serve for those dedicated and interested in investigating early childhood development and childcare.

Disability benefits are rarely given prominence in discussions on social security in developing countries.

Uruguay stands out in Latin America and the Caribbean for the significant and early progress it achieved in terms of social protection.

Uruguay's Monotax policy, a system that combines taxation and contributory pension system, is contributing to including more members in the social protection system.

Social protection has become an ever more important policy discussion in the social development agenda.

Gender inequality is not a new topic in financial inclusion - in fact, there have been numerous programs and policies directed specifically towards women.

This study addresses the ageing of the Caribbean population and the situation with respect to the human rights of older persons. It considers the implications for public policy of these ‘twin imperatives for action’.

A Review of Social Protection in Latin America, published by the Center Institute of Development Studies (IDS), is a study that aims to analyze the trends of social protection in Latin America and the Caribbean.


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