The gradual but inexorable ageing of the population in Latin America and the Caribbean presents two characteristics that are worrying: a faster rate than that historically recorded in developed countries and a context characterized by persistent inequality, weak institutional development, social protection systems of low coverage and quality and a family institution highly demanded in terms of security and protection. The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) has analysed the phenomenon of ageing from a demographic perspective, the guarantee of human rights in old age and the public policy options that the countries of the region are implementing under the agreements arising from the first and second Regional Intergovernmental Conferences on Ageing in Latin America and the Caribbean (2003 and 2007). You can discard this valuable document here: https://lnkd.in/eg3QRQNU #política #envejecimiento
The ageing of the population in Latin America and the Caribbean
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