Comité consultatif de lutte contre la pauvretré et l'exclusion sociale

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Comité consultatif de lutte contre la pauvreté et l’exclusion sociale

March 5, 2015

Online Bulletin no 13 - February 2015


As part of its work, the Comité has begun to look at taxation in relation to the fight against poverty and social exclusion. This issue of the Online bulletin is a summary of the Comité’s position as published in its advisory opinions over the years and other conclusions drawn by its members from various analyses.

December 9, 2014

Prejudice – separating truth from falsehood


This issue of the online bulletin  is aimed at asserting how prejudice causes great harm to people living in poverty. Prejudices aimed at social assistance beneficiaries are among the most common and most pernicious. They prevent them from being recognized as full citizens, with all the rights of that status. Moreover, prejudices are presumptuous judgments that assign to the most vulnerable people the responsibility for difficulties that, in fact, are societal, not individual, problems.

September 10, 2014

The right to employment for people with disabilities


Although there has been some progress, the situation of people with disabilities in the workplace is still a matter of concern. Generally, people with disabilities are at a disadvantage. They more often live in poverty; their employment rate is lower, and they are confronted by various obstacles that are difficult to overcome. This issue of the online bulletin is a reminder of certain proposals made in the Comité’s advisory opinion entitled "Improving the Quality of Jobs to Secure the Right to Decent Work", 2013.

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