The right to work and human rights

I take forward my analysis of the human rights dimension of unemployment, commenced a couple of weeks ago, in this article published on the social policy website Power to Persuade –

A human rights lens on unemployment and welfare-to-work

My article reflects on the arguments made by Dr Tania Raffass in her article in the Australian Journal of Human Rights, Unemployment and Punitive Activation as Human Rights Issues. 

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