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Social protection and labor at the World Bank, 2000-08

by Robert Holzmann

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Social Protection & Labor at the World Bank, 2000-2008 presents a progress review of the sector strategy by the World Bank, published in early 2001. The strategy proposed a new conceptual framework Social Risk Management to review and reform existing interventions and propose new ones that better assist vulnerable people in addressing the many risks to which they are exposed. Based on this framework and in line with the World Bank s vision and mission of poverty reduction and inclusive and sustainable globalization, the SP&L strategy has three broad policy objectives: Improving earning opportunities and the quality of jobs Increasing security through better risk management for households and communities Enhancing equity and reducing extreme poverty through better assistance programs for vulnerable groups The review of strategic objectives and the sector results since the strategy launch include a stocktaking of the analytical work and lending operations for each of the six core competence areas: Labor market, Social security, Social safety nets, Social funds, Disability and development, and Risk and vulnerability analysis The review results reveal the progress made in the understanding of the importance of social risk management for poverty reduction and its critical contribution to equitable and sustainable globalization. The breadth of analytical work and lending operations across the areas of core competence are testimony to the impact the strategy had on poor and vulnerable people in partner countries. The lessons learned are critical to address the current food and energy prices crisis through social safety nets, youth unemployment through better school-to-work transition, and poverty among the elderly persons through multi-pillar pension schemes. It will be of interest to members of the international community, governments, nongovernmental organizations, and researchers working in the areas of labor markets, pension reform, social safety nets, social funds, disability issues, and vulnerability analysis.

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