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[IWS] ILO: UNIVERSAL HEALTH PROTECTION: PROGRESS TO DATE AND THE WAY FORWARD [online 9 September 2014]
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International Labour Organization (ILO)
Social Protection Policy Papers. Paper 10
Universal Health Protection: Progress to date and the way forward [online 9 September 2014]
[full-text, 128 pages]
This paper proposes policy options based on ILO research and experiences that aim at universal coverage and equitable access to health care.
The policy options discussed in this paper focus on ensuring the human rights to social security and health and on the rights-based approaches underpinning the need for equity and poverty alleviation. This paper also provides insights into aspects of implementation and related challenges. It includes an overview of ILO concepts, definitions and strategic approaches to achieving socially inclusive and sustainable progress and highlights recent global trends
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