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Institutionality of non-contributory social protection

Social institutionality encompasses the regulatory components and the organizational structure under which social policies are managed, from the diagnosis and prioritization of goals to their implementation and the evaluation of their outcomes. some proposals highlighted that a core element in the make-up of the region’s social institutionality was the definition of indicators related to the administrative quality of social programmes, in particular regarding planning, budgetary issues, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. However, any account of the constituent elements of social institutionality requires a broad overview that goes beyond administration and also concerns itself with the legal and regulatory dimension, with a view to including the guarantee of rights, organizational structure and fiscal aspects.

Legal and Regulatory Dimension

The Organizational and Ministerial Structure
Technical and Operational Dimension Fiscal Dimension

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