• Ivor Chipkin

HOW WELFARE IN SA COMPOUNDS THE EXCLUSION OF MAINLY AFRICAN AND COLOURED MEN.

Here is the article in the Daily Maverick that Jelena and published in the Daily Maverick calling for the introduction of a Basic Income Grant. One of the key arguments we develop is that the current welfare provisions is premised on a traditional, gendered division of labour that does not take into account of the fact that unemployment is structural and for most people permanent.


https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2020-04-29-universal-basic-income-grant-when-nothing-is-affordable-we-had-better-choose-the-best-unaffordable-solution/




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