The importance of social security in social and economic development has become more and more apparent. Social security should not be seen as a cost, but as an investment in human capital that leads to better productivity. It is also an effective way of reducing poverty, encouraging equity and supporting economic and social stability. Support is growing for the position that, even from an early stage of economic development, countries can provide basic social security benefits, and doing this will help them grow in a more equitable manner.
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Unemployment Protection In Indonesia – Quality Assistance For Workers Affected By Labour Adjustments (UNIQLO)
1 August 2019 - 31 July 2021
1 July 2019 - 30 June 2022