Published:
18 December 2018

As we mark International Migrants Day on 18 December, the increased flow of international migration underlines the need for improved data and data sharing in respect of population movements. ISSA’s work in these areas will contribute to extending effective access to social security.

Published:
12 December 2018
Commission: / Section
Section on Prevention in the Construction Industry

The growing tendency of companies, to concentrate on their core business and therefore to outsource more and more operational functions leads to an increased use of external resources. This contract work has an impact on normal operations and can further increase the risk of accidents, other health

Published:
3 December 2018
Topic:
Disability
Guideline:
Return to Work and Reintegration

The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 asserts that social security is an inalienable human right. As the international community celebrates the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on 3 December, it is important to highlight the goal to realize equal access to

Published:
6 November 2018
Commission: / Section
Section on Prevention in the Mining Industry

ISSA's Guide "7 Golden Rules - for zero accidents and healthy work" is now available as an app for Android and iOS.

Published:
5 November 2018
Topic:
Actuarial
Guideline:
Actuarial Work for Social Security

The 19th ISSA International Conference of Social Security Actuaries, Statisticians and Investment Specialists will run from 6 to 8 November 2018. The Conference, in Kuwait, will address many issues related to the sustainability and adequacy of social security programmes and pensions in particular.

Published:
19 October 2018
Topic:
Case management
Commission: / Section
Information and Communication Technology

Death data is of crucial importance to avoid what, in administrative terms, may be referred to as the “living dead” and the “dead living”. The first group are people who have died but are registered as being alive in national records. The second group includes people who are incorrectly or falsely