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However, the main effects of the crisis lean to being political and social, not economic.The years after the crisis will witness sharp rising in political polarization.Therefore, the following questions need to be addressed: How should social security and social protection systems effectively react to alleviate the impact of the crisis?Social Protection devices that work under normal circumstances are not certain to be effective in situations of crisis.Such crises are complicated and involve many forms of human insecurity.The International Labor Organization describes the term "social protection" as an action lead by society to meet demands coming from economic and social vulnerabilities as well as other threats that left people in suffering conditions. There is an intersection between social security, social protection and human security instruments. On the other hand, social protection, is one of the main pillars of human security.It is only fair to say that the core value of today's societies is security represented in national, societal, and human security.
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