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4. Recommendation concerning National Floors of Social Protection (2012)
(Adopted by the General Conference of the International Labour Organization, Recommendation No. 202, 14 June 2012)

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3. Recognizing the overall and primary responsibility of the State in giving effect to this Recommendation, Members should apply the following principles:

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(f) respect for the rights and dignity of people covered by the social security guarantees;

5. The social protection floors referred to in Paragraph 4 should comprise at least the following basic social security guarantees:

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(b) basic income security for children, at least at a nationally defined minimum level, providing access to nutrition, education, care and any other necessary goods and services;

10. In designing and implementing national social protection floors, Members should:

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(c) ensure coordination with other policies that enhance formal employment, income generation, education, literacy, vocational training, skills and employability, that reduce precariousness, and that promote secure work, entrepreneurship and sustainable enterprises within a decent work framework.

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