Social Security: A fundamental element of the ILO's mandate since its creation in 1919

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Publicado sep 24, 2018
Pilar Callau Dalmau

Resumen

The formulation of Social Security as a universal human right, and the progressive establishment of basic national social protection regimes adapted to social changes, are the consequence of the hard work of the ILO since its creation in 1919. In this article, after making some preliminary considerations about this body within its global scope of application, and specify the content and recognition of this right, its consolidation is analyzed, from the adoption of the relevant legal instruments in successive generations, which include the set of benefits provided by the Social Security system; until the promotion of the last initiatives for the centenary of the ILO, related to social protection.

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Callau Dalmau, P. (2018). Social Security: A fundamental element of the ILO’s mandate since its creation in 1919. Lan Harremanak - Revista De Relaciones Laborales, (39). https://doi.org/10.1387/lan-harremanak.20079
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Keywords

ILO, human right, Social Security, social protection, international standards.

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