Take the quiz on Convention no. 102
ILO’s landmark Social Security (Minimum Standards) Convention, 1952 (No. 102) is globally recognized as a key reference for the design of rights-based, sound and sustainable social protection systems. It sets out the minimum standards for the following 9 social security contingencies:
- General questions
- Medical Care
- Sickness benefit
- Unemployment benefit
- Old-age benefit
- Employment injury benefit
- Family benefit
- Maternity benefit
- Invalidity benefit
- Survivors' benefit
To date, Convention No. 102 is the only international legal instrument with a systemic vision of social security.
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You can start with the general questions about Convention no. 102 or choose one of the nine branches listed above. Navigate the quiz at your own pace. A glossary is available in order to consult the definitions of key concepts and terms.