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Ingmar J. Gauger Jan 16
Replying to @UN
"Child poverty: 50. The Committee is concerned that 19.7 percent (2.55 million) of children under the age of 18 are living in poverty, a majority of whom are children living with a single parent or in families with two or more siblings." on in Germany
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Ingmar J. Gauger Jan 16
Replying to @UN @UNHumanRights
"47. The Committee recommends that the State party increase the level of basic social benefits by improving the calculation methods of the subsistence level, in light of the judgment of the Federal Constitutional Court of 23 July 2014." E/C.12/DEU/CO/6
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Ingmar J. Gauger Jan 16
Replying to @UN
"It also reiterates its concern at the definition of what is considered as “suitable” employment (), which job-seekers are expected to accept. (arts. 6, 9 and 11)" Economic and Social Council 2018 on problems with legislation. E/C.12/DEU/CO/6
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SwotTyler Jan 18
please do one for UK - it is far worse with - the UK equivalent of
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SwotTyler Jan 18
German MP want their version of banned in its entirety and full rent paid!! DIE LINKE demands in the Bundestag: and the other basic security, assumed housing costs must be real. We don't want evictions! ,
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SwotTyler Jan 18
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Easy Meat Jan 15
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Habermasian Legitimizer Jan 14
It can safely be assumed the Bundesverfassungsgericht is aware DE can not devalue the euro. It can deflate wages. > purpose of So hopes should be kept at minimum. Though the Joker Equipe’s phrasing will be interesting.
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SwotTyler Jan 17
''With us, this is called the dormitory. With several people, up to 12 people in one room. As in a barracks for soldiers. '' this is what the German equivalent of gives its own single citizens. hashtag and
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Ravi Kant रवि कांत 🌏 Jan 14
Tomorrow the Germany Federal Constitutional Court should decide whether benefit cuts for recipients violate fundamental rights A timely piece where I discuss dark side of alleged "German Miracle"
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Axel Hohl Jan 13
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Handelsblatt Today Jan 15
Germany’s constitutional court is weighing whether and how to sanction recipients of long-term unemployment benefits, if they do not take up jobs they are offered. A decision is expected in the coming months.
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carol omari Jan 16
Replying to @IngridLeijten
It was amazing to be at the bundesverfassungsgericht for the sanctions case. Interesting to hear the arguments by the government in favor of the sanctions.
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SwotTyler Jan 18
One reason of quite many why I won't rest until we have fought. = in the UK
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SwotTyler Jan 17
😟 We have people collecting bottles from the rubbish because they get too little pension. (DE - forerunner )
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Ingmar J. Gauger Jan 16
Replying to @rootsmessenger
C168 - Employment Promotion and Protection against Unemployment Convention, 1988 (No. 168) of the International Labour Organization
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Johanna Analytica Jan 10
Replying to @johannajaufer
(2|2) FACTS: 🖇 introduced right to impose 12h workday whenever employer wants to 🖇More money for police, less for judiciary 🖇Emergency police consultations stopped in spite of peak femicide 🖇Government announced (Explanation: )
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#MustReads2019 Jan 15
Get your copy of Personal Internet Address & Password Logbook by Elly Frank … … … … … via medien bahnhof weise
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Ravi Kant रवि कांत 🌏 Jan 12
The labor market inequalities and economic insecurity are stoking discontent from the Rhine to the Seine.
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Ravi Kant रवि कांत 🌏 Jan 14
Do read my latest piece on the 's labor market. Germany is been sold as a model for the rest of but mainstream media won't tell how about expanding working poverty among German workers
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