Inter-American Conference on Social Security (ICSS)

Conferencia Interamericana de Seguridad Social (CISS)

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URL: https://ciss-bienestar.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CISS.org.esp/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CISS_org

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Founded

1942-09-16 Santiago Chile

History

16 Sep 1942, Santiago (Chile), following the work of Comité Interamericano de Iniciativas en Materia de Seguridad Social -- Inter-American Committee for Initiatives in Matters of Social Security, set up 10-12 Dec 1940, Lima (Peru). Present Statute approved at 1st General Extraordinary Assembly, 1988, Mexico City (Mexico); bylaws also include modifications approved by 16th General Assembly, 1992, Acapulco (Mexico). Also referred to by English acronym IACSS and previously also known under French title Conférence interaméricaine de sécurité sociale (CISS).

Aims

Contribute to social security development in countries of America; cooperate with social security institutions and administrations; issue statements, pass resolutions and make recommendations regarding social security and promote their diffusion so they can be included in policies and planning programs; encourage cooperation and exchange of experience among social security institutions and administrations, and with institutions and organizations of a similar nature; encourage and guide human resources training in the field.

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Structure

General Assembly. K-XK0438 - Comité Permanente Interamericano de Seguridad Social (CPISS) (executive and governing body). Secretariat General. 'American Commissions of Social Security (CASS)' (6): 1. American Actuary and Finance Commission (CAAF); 2. American Commission for Older Adults (CADAM); 3. American Legal Social Commission (CAJS); 4. American Medical Social Commission (CAMS); 5. American Commission on Organization and Administrative Systems (CAOSA); 6. American Working Risk Prevention Commission (CAPRT). Sub-regions: I - Andean; II - Central America; III - South Cone; IV - North America and the English Speaking Caribbean; V - Mexico and the Latin Caribbean. E-XE9070 - Centro Interamericano de Estudios de Seguridad Social (CIESS).

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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 1: No PovertyGOAL 4: Quality EducationGOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

UIA Org ID

XD1066

Last News

2021

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