Review of Pollution in the African Aquatic Environment (CIFA

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Poverty cannot be measured by income alone, nor can an anti-poverty programme only address income enhancing measures. Are we moving towards a more Canberra oriented OECD favoured model which stresses sanctions and keeps welfare low to encourage incentive to work (Grubb et al., 2009) or will an emerging EU Active Inclusion for All Employment Strategy become a more mainstream feature of Irish labour market discourse? In all cases a subjective social need is involved which any society ignores to its own peril.

Pages: 126

Publisher: Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) (January 1995)

ISBN: 9251035776

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