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Title: Social and labour market integration of women benefitting from social inclusion schemes: case studies of northern Portugal
Authors: Gonçalves, Hermínia
Silva, Pedro Gabriel Gonçalves Pedro More...
Sacramento, Octavio José Rio do
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: Portuguese income policies present themselves on grounds of individuation, activation and accountability under a contract of social inclusion. In line with an active social citizenship, the proposed inclusion measures combine income transfers to vulnerable people or those facing poverty through a social and labour market integration commitment. The arrangement is based on individual social care provided by social workers and aims to set commitments which may hold both beneficiaries and social workers accountable. This article follows an ethnographic approach based on women narratives and seeks to explain the social and labour market trajectories of economically vulnerable women and their relationship to conditioned cash transfer measures.
Peer Reviewed: yes
Document Type: Article
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