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Precarity and Exclusion

Published in November 2001

An attempt to unite the "socially excluded" and the "socially accepted" who are determined to fight against a society that generates and trivializes precarious situations. Furthermore, to offer support in their working toward achieving a different society, where property, power, and knowledge are shared. Is there another way of apprehending business, the market and society?

In any case, it should implement a range of rights: the right to respect, to training and culture, to information, to justice, to housing, to health, to a guaranteed income, etc.


Roger Winterhalter

Coordinated by ...

- Brigitte Carraz

Brigitte Carraz is the director of the associations and protected workshops Sinclair in Mulhouse and Lutterbach (Alsace, France). She is also founder and chairwoman of Insef (Social Insertion through Employment and Formation).

Site - Ateliers Sinclair


Topics Included

fight against exclusion . law . solidarity . world

Workgroup Papers

Go ! Companies Beyond Profit?
Go ! Debt and Structural Adjustment
Go ! Economic Policies
Go ! Ethical Consumption
Go ! Fair Trade
Go ! Finance for the Common Good
Go ! From the WTO’s Setback in Seattle ... to the Conditions for Global Governance
Go ! Growth and Sustainable Development
Go ! Health and its Issues in the Twenty-first Century
Go ! How Can Companies Exercise Their Responsibilities?
Go ! Precarity and Exclusion
Go ! Production, Investment, and Technology
Go ! Red Card for Tourism?
Go ! Social Money: Lever of the Economic Paradigm
Go ! Solidarity Economy
Go ! Solidarity Finance
Go ! Tax Policies, Redistribution, and Social Welfare
Go ! The Trade-union Movement at the Dawn of the Twenty-first Century
Go ! Women and the Economy
Go ! Work, Employment, and Activity
Go ! World Trade Organization

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