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Coordination institutionnelle et socle de protection sociale : Expériences en Amérique latine : Argentine, Brésil, Chili, Mexique, Uruguay

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  • Schwarzer, H.
  • Tessier, Lou.
  • Gammage, Sarah.

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L’objectif de ce rapport est de documenter et d’identifier les bonnes pratiques et les enjeux dans la mise en œuvre des mécanismes de coordination institutionnelle du socle de protection sociale. D’autre part, ce document invite aussi les autres pays d’Amérique latine à réfléchir sur cette question, y compris dans d'autres parties du monde, dans le but ultime de fournir des recommandations qui tiennent compte des réussites et des difficultés rencontrées au cours des expériences et des réalisations concrètes.

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  • Schwarzer, H. & Tessier, Lou. & Gammage, Sarah., 2014. "Coordination institutionnelle et socle de protection sociale : Expériences en Amérique latine : Argentine, Brésil, Chili, Mexique, Uruguay," ILO Working Papers 994847043402676, International Labour Organization.
  • Handle: RePEc:ilo:ilowps:994847043402676
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