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Rethinking the values of social security

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Άγγελος Στεργίου
Άγγελος Στεργίου


Lately, the economy seems cut off from society. Instead of satisfying needs, it is devoted to an endless race for profit increase. Every attempt to recalibrate social insurance is  subordinated to this ≪unified thought≫. In the absence of a social perspective, reform attempts view social insurance predominantly as a burden for the economy. The present article puts forward a social-centered approach for the reform of social security systems. In order to do so, it is important to focus once again on the values that brought about and strengthened social insurance.


Social insurance; social values; solidarity; social justice; equality; human dignity


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