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pauper

(formerly) a destitute person supported by public charity
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The papers of this thematic block are viewing the functioning of this large issue in different domains, such as: economic policies of liberalization and the pauperization of working class (Pantea); development policies in the context of the politics of dismantling the social state (Vincze); policies of forced evictions and housing politics (Vrabiescu); social services and the role of NGOs in neoliberal state restructuring (Zamfir); human rights advocacy and the politics of obscuring structural issues of social and economic inequality (Safta-Zecheria); precarization of labour and neoliberal academic politics (Ivancheva); the politics of universal basic income and the possibility of the ideological consensus of liberalism and socialism (Butaru).
"It [the bond issue] may be a corrective step, but it is not expected to affect the rising unemployment, nor the pauperization of the people, and obviously it does not change today's tragic economic situation whatsoever."
Under cover of the Oslo Accords, Israel has engineered a tight apartheid system in the WBG marked by the national subjugation of Palestinians, the denial of their collective rights, their humiliation, and the pauperization of an increasing number.
the law of pauperization of workers alongside the evolution of capitalism.
Workers and trade unions argued that decent wages were the best antidote to pauperization and pushed for mechanisms that would produce such wages.
The theory of pauperization is strikingly confirmed today - not, as Marx expected, in terms of goods necessary for survival, since these, far from becoming scarce, have become more and more abundant, but rather in terms of survival itself, which is ever the enemy of real life.
"It only leads to further shutdowns, unemployment, pauperization, wider deficits and even bigger debt."
Contemporary globalization has unfolded many contradictory dynamic situations, distributive injustice, violence, pauperization and the rise of religious fundamentalism.
Second, Palestinian East Jerusalem has been experiencing a steady process of pauperization and a deliberate, multifaceted policy of expulsion and land grab, in tandem with its severance from the prospective Palestinian state.
In addition to overall concerns about the economy, unemployment and pauperization of many Bulgarians, speakers expressed concern with what they saw as the cabinet's neglect of fields such as healthcare and education and its alleged defense of various private interests.
Such an evaluation resulted from the experience of the intervening years--the pauperization of Jewish society because of the economic depression of the first half of the 1930s and growing antisemitism in Poland after the death of Pilsudski.