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New social security models in the face of new forms of employment and technological change

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KeywordsTriple Keywords
Equality
Egalitarianism
Social inequality
Social equality
Inequality
Populations, Human
Population growth
Population
Human populations
Human population
Context (Linguistics)
Grammar, Comparative and general--Context
Situation (Linguistics)
Justice
Injustice
Inclusion, Social
Social integration
Social inclusion
Integration, Social
Science, Political
Government
Politics
Political science
Political theory
Administration
Commonwealth, The
Civil government
Political thought
Fortunes
Family income
Income
Personal income
Household income
Number concept
Affluence
Wealth
Distribution of wealth
Riches
Autonomy
Self-government
Independence
Least restrictive environment
Inclusive schools movement
Inclusive education
Inclusive learning
Inclusion (Education)
Economics
Political economy
Economic theory

Abstract

Summary New forms of work, technological change, demographic and epidemiological conditions, poverty and inequality, pose challenges and require social security, keep pace with change, diversify and adapt for the benefit of the whole population. In this context, international solutions have emerged that focus on new ways to complement or strengthen social security systems to react to current and future job transformations, and consider technology as a social product to be controlled through the social agenda, to achieve a just transition, underpinned by solidarity, the principles of social justice, social inclusion and human well-being. Thus, by considering a package of minimum benefits to all people, the social protection floor makes clear the role of the government and the private sector in the provision, financing and regulation of the system. Universal basic income is a response to uncertainty about the number of jobs available in an increasingly digital economy and the idea of democratising wealth, promoting social inclusion and the autonomy of people with fewer resources. Both solutions, with a social dimension, aim to harmonise the adaptation process in a changing world, to tackle the commercialisation of work, the protection of those who are not part of an employment relationship, and to cover the different stages of people’s lifecycle.

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