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[IWS] ECLAC: TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO : SOCIAL PROTECTION SYSTEMS IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN [December 2012--online February 2013]

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School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies

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Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)

 

SOCIAL PROTECTION SYSTEMS IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN: TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO [December 2012--online February 2013]

by Claudia Robles and Luis HernĂ¡n Vargas

http://www.eclac.org/cgi-bin/getProd.asp?xml=%20/publicaciones/xml/4/49054/P49054.xml&xsl=/tpl-i/p9f.xsl%20&base=/tpl-i/top-bottom.xslt

or

http://www.eclac.org/publicaciones/xml/4/49054/SPS_TrinidadAndTobago_ing.pdf

[full-text, 42 pages]

 

Abstract

 

This report is part of a series of national case studies aimed at disseminating knowledge on the current status of social protection systems in Latin American and Caribbean countries, and at discussing their main challenges in terms of realizing of the economic and social rights of the population and achieving key development goals, such as combating poverty and hunger.

 

 

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