The Universal Declaration of Human Rights recognizes everyone’s right to social security, and there is a growing consensus about the benefits that good social protection coverage can provide.
Yet, global estimates show that only a fraction of the population has adequate social protection coverage. Countries around the world are engaged in debate over how they can best adapt their social protection systems to meet the needs of ageing populations, the demands of globalization and changes in economic and employment conditions. The training activities of the Centre strengthen the capacity of ILO constituents and other ILO stakeholders to take part in this debate and to develop concrete strategies and approaches to promote access to social protection for all.
Quantitative specialists working for public pension schemes will be trained to develop and build their own scheme-specific model based on the ILO's generic models. Read More
Many things happen at the Centre
The 2016 edition of the Academy on Social Security is taking place on Campus from 19 to 30 September. Read More
ILO-China-ASEAN High-Level Seminar to achieve the SDGs on Universal Social Protection through South-South and Triangular Cooperation
This High-Level Seminar is taking place from 6 to 8 September 2016, in Beijing, Republic of China Read More
Exploring the future, assessing financial sustainability and identifying solutions?
Over the past two weeks, quantitative specialists from around the world have worked hard to develop complex actuarial models to better anticipate public deficits and formulate meaningful financing strategies. Read More