From beneficiaries to citizens: Access by and treatment of women in Latin American pension systems

Women constitute the majority of the older adult population, but, with some exceptions, they are underrepresented among pension recipients. Although progress has been made in the region with regard to women’s inclusion in non-contributory pension programmes, these pension payments are lower and do n...

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Other Authors: NU. CEPAL
Format: Texto biblioteca
Language:English
Published: ECLAC 2019-05-14
Subjects:MUJERES, SEGURIDAD SOCIAL, IGUALDAD DE GENERO, DERECHOS HUMANOS, PENSIONES, REFORMA ADMINISTRATIVA, DISCRIMINACION BASADA EN EL GENERO, CUIDADORES, TRABAJO NO REMUNERADO, JUBILACION, ESTUDIOS DE CASOS, WOMEN, SOCIAL SECURITY, GENDER EQUALITY, HUMAN RIGHTS, PENSIONS, ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM, GENDER DISCRIMINATION, CAREGIVERS, UNPAID WORK, RETIREMENT, CASE STUDIES,
Online Access:http://hdl.handle.net/11362/44606
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