The Importance of Social Security

Providing the population with security after their retirement from professional activities and lifelong care is the main objective of a good Social Security System.

In order to achieve this ambition, the agents responsible for the management of Social Security services must be led to reflect on the different existing models, aimed at efficient management, where resources accumulated by the contributions of taxpayers are safe to meet the goals that must be attained over time, regardless of internal or external macroeconomic factors or eventual financial policies applied by governmental authorities.

Tailoring social policies to the characteristics of the population in each location is a critical step towards the implementation of a government strategy aimed at socioeconomic development, based on sustainability, equity and modernisation of public institutions.