Mapping existing international social protection statistics and indicators that would contribute to the monitoring of social protection extension through social protection floors

Organization(s): ILO
Author: Florence Bonnet, Lou Tessier
Year: 2013
Language: English, French

This report summarises a workshop which brought together representatives from various organizations active in social protection. It presents a mapping of existing, comparable, internationally collected data and related indicators on social protection (and more specifically its contribution to ensuring basic income security throughout the life cycle) and a reflection on current gaps and possible future joint actions. The mapping is divided into four areas: intergenerational, children, active age and old age.

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