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Conditional cash transfers (CCTs) have gained unprecedented popularity as a social protection intervention and are no longer exclusively found in Latin America but being implemented across the globe. Its appeal lies in the combination of poverty
The UWV benefits agency is keen to ensure people claiming unemployment benefits (ww) are not doing the work of paid employees, the Telegraaf says . 'It differs from region to region what and how much a volunteer can do,' a spokesman for the Dutch
A lot of different NGOs and social enterprises are trying to improve the world in different ways. Some of them use methods which are able to enlarge their impact on a broader scale, and one such method is the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT). This
The future of the Government's major £2bn welfare reform was thrown into fresh doubt on Wednesday night after it emerged that just a handful of claimants have been enrolled into the new system. The Department for Work and Pensions disclosed that only
16 February 2014 0 View comments Those in authority become weary of perpetual demands for cash from worthy causes. They include the Head of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales, Archbishop Vincent Nichols. A couple of years ago my wife, a
Media playback is unsupported on your device Catholic archbishop attacks welfare reform 15 February 2014 Last updated at 16:37 GMT The leader of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales has criticised the government's welfare reforms.
Catholic archbishop attacks welfare reform The Archbishop of Westminster says there is a "real dramatic crisis" The leader of the Catholic Church in England and Wales has labelled the government's social reform a "disgrace" for leaving people facing "
Welsh ministers must not have welfare reform 'blind spot', warns Crabb Stephen Crabb said Wales needs welfare reform as much as the rest of the UK Welsh ministers have been warned they must not have a "blindspot" on welfare reform by a UK government
Professor of Economics at University of Melbourne The Work for the Dole program could again become a core element of welfare policy for the unemployed in Australia, but there is a considerable body of evidence which shows it is unlikely to help
24 State Statistics Service: Ukraines pension reform was inevitable step Pension reform in Ukraine was an inevitable step, first deputy head of the State Statistics Service Vadym Pishcheiko said during a briefing "Socioeconomic situation in Ukraine