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A national ageing strategy is being developed by the Department of Welfare in conjunction with all stakeholders. In the 1970s the Italian welfare state underwent an enormous expansion. Prerequisite(s): R SSW 290 or R SSW 291 and permission of instructor. This article describes what it means to feel poor from the perspective of low-income lone mothers. Typical areas covered include: social security, ageing, care of children, migration and human rights. Welfare was first established as a federal program during the Great Depression.

Pages: 128

Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (April 30, 1983)

ISBN: 0898381207

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