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Welfare reform: how mutual is obligation?

December 2000 - Welfare reform: how mutual is obligation?The federal government has come under fire recently for proposing to attach work obligations to a range of welfare payments. In light of the release of the McClure report, Participation Support for a more Equitable Society, this feature examines the principles behind welfare reform policy and its impact on Australian society.

Mutual obligation: ethical and social implications
by Pamela Kinnear - 15/12/2000
Mutual obligation and the ethics of individualised citizenship
by Anna Yeatman - 15/12/2000 - 1 comment
Mutual obligation makes difficult lives doubly hard
by Michael Raper - 15/12/2000
The social obligations of business
by Dahle Suggett - 15/12/2000
How the commonwealth government can help stop Aboriginal welfare dependency
by Noel Pearson - 15/12/2000 - 1 comment
Can Australia afford welfare reform?
by Meg Lees - 15/12/2000
Welfare Reform in Australia: Labor's view
by Chris Evans - 15/12/2000

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