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On April 11, experts on financial inclusion gathered and discussed how the financial inclusion of most people are "macro-relevant." Panelists discussed the direction in which related regulations may be altered to promote the financial inclusion of more people, especially marginalized gr

The drafts issues paper, published by the Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), explains the ongoing evaluation of the IEO on how social protection is addressed in IMF's main businesses.

Released in March 2016, "Social Security Programs Throughout the World: The Americas, 2016" presents the summary of social security programs of countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.

This is the 8th edition of our Social Protection Brief with the latest news on conferences, seminars and research papers.


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.


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