Experts from 17 African nations meet in Lomé to establish common legislation for social security

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Tuesday, 29 October 2019 18:00
Experts from 17 African nations meet in Lomé to establish common legislation for social security

(Togo First) - On October 28, 2019, the extraordinary meeting of the committee of experts on the legal framework of Member States of the Inter-African Conference on Social Welfare (CIPRES) opened in Lomé, Togo.

Experts from 17 African countries have gathered at this four-day meeting to debate issues of social security and free movement of goods and people across the continent.

In effect, it aims to harmonize and update regulations of each CIPRES member State in line with the transformation of social security systems. In the long run, this should lead to the creation of a common framework of understanding and legibility relative to social security: for example, at the level of procedures, principles, or obligations of involved parties (knowingly social security funds, insured individuals and employers).

This common framework will help ease the free movement of goods and people, professionals especially, across the various member States.

The common regulation should be produced at the end of the event and be submitted to the CIPRES ministers' council.

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