Child Labour & Exploitation (Issues Series)

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Indexation was reformed to counteract inflationary pressures. The following groups are vulnerable and at risk: young people, women, migrants, homosexual men, single parents, orphans, children of parents who are AIDS-ill and dependants in a household, who are also particularly vulnerable (for example the disabled and the frail elderly). 176. Welfare is funded collectively via taxation, and the individuals’ rights are not linked to their tax history.

Pages: 48

Publisher: Independence Educational Publishers (September 7, 2014)

ISBN: 1861686870

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