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  • opposition
  • Helsinki NCP MP Wille Rydman signed up to a critical motion on the reform passed by Helsinki City Council, while his party colleague Elina Lepomäki has already announced her opposition to the reform . (yle.fi)
  • Perhaps of greater importance to ElBaradei (who has not yet said if he plans to run for president himself), he has received the support of Muslim Brotherhood to serve as the face and voice of the opposition movement. (ibtimes.com)
  • In every reform we faced the barren refusal of the opposition. (hri.org)
  • however
  • Postponing reforms, however, could lock Poland in a cycle of financial volatility and fiscal deterioration, low growth, and high unemployment-trends that would hurt all segments of society, but most seriously those marginalized by low employment. (imf.org)
  • However, some party members say they will fight the reforms when they are presented in parliament later this year. (rferl.org)
  • What is unaffordable and unacceptable, however, are political attacks unaccompanied by alternative plans. (galen.org)
  • Poverty
  • Associating with Jews was not felt good and they were forced to surrender their property and send to areas where poverty and unemployment were the social outcomes. (amazonaws.com)
  • laid
  • At least two years in the making, the licensing rules announced by Princess Reema bin Bandar, vice president for women's affairs of the General Authority of Sports, the kingdom's sports czar, focus on Prince Mohammed's plans laid out in a document entitled Vision 2030. (theglobalist.com)
  • efforts
  • This together with his visit to England in 1286-87/1869-70 gave a fresh orientation to his ideas and a new direction to his efforts and he dedicated himself to the social and intellectual regeneration of the Indian Muslims. (al-islam.org)
  • workers
  • Syndicalism is the theory that recognizes the role that the workers occupational organizations, when animated by a revolutionary spirit, can play with respect to social transformation. (libcom.org)
  • Casey has accused social workers of 'colluding' with families and providing excuses, not results. (communitycare.co.uk)
  • The onus of the TFP on achieving results and leaving families adrift, as 'turned around' counteracts the positive parts which social workers, services and practitioners seek to retain. (communitycare.co.uk)
  • A core example of libertarian paternalism is Thaler's Save More Tomorrow plan, by which workers can sign up to devote some of their future wage increases to savings. (typepad.com)
  • Another example is the automatic enrollment plan, by which workers are automatically enrolled in a savings plan, but can opt out with no trouble and at no expense if they choose to do so. (typepad.com)
  • Economy
  • That these reforms are basically inevitable as a result of sharply reduced oil revenues and the need to enhance Saudi competitiveness in a 21st knowledge-driven global economy is not a dimension of thinking that enters their mind. (theglobalist.com)
  • accounts
  • It also would create a tax credit for employers who offer such savings plans, encourage employers to automatically enroll employees in these types of accounts, and institute various changes to make it harder for companies to dump their pension plans. (washingtontimes.com)
  • services
  • The payment-by-results framework forms part of a wider pattern of financialisation of social services. (communitycare.co.uk)
  • If a 'troubled family' is classified as such for meeting two out of four criteria, and can be shown to have improved - regardless of intervention - then social services as a function can be sold to the lowest bidder. (communitycare.co.uk)
  • In 2011, Guttmacher Institute researchers surveyed more than 2,000 women seeking contraceptive services at U.S. family planning centers to explore their motivations for contraceptive use. (guttmacher.org)
  • Energy
  • From energy planning and road assessment tools to the One Investment Program, LAS helps its municipal customers save money, make money and solve capacity. (amo.on.ca)
  • place
  • We must go ahead, all of us together, with a new wave of reforms that will place the country among the winners of the global crisis,' the prime minister said. (hri.org)
  • costs
  • The plan costs $5 billion more than the Tories' Universal Child Care Benefit and doesn't claw back any tax. (spon.ca)
  • Party
  • Finnkino pulls a Finns Party ad following social media outrage, Finnwatch accuses Valio subcontractors of migrant labour abuses and Oulu employment worries. (yle.fi)
  • About 90 percent of delegates at a special party conference in Berlin backed the reforms. (rferl.org)
  • next
  • Those who would rather kick the can down the road are consigning the next generation of Americans to not only a broken social safety net, an inferior standard of living, and bankruptcy - but a future in which America's best days are behind it. (galen.org)
  • point
  • Higher social mobility can be a rallying point to prove that modern capitalist economies like our own are capable of creating better, fairer and more inclusive societies. (huffingtonpost.co.uk)
  • actually
  • There is consensus that entitlement reform is urgently needed, and I welcome constructive criticism of my plan - a CBO-certified plan that actually solves the long-term fiscal crisis. (galen.org)
  • Research
  • A new research article by Elizabeth Peel and Rosie Harding has been published 'online first' in Dementia: The International Journal of Social Research and Practice. (dementiaproject.net)
  • create
  • To explain - Jean-Yves Duclos, the whip-smart Social Development Minister, has forged a deal with most of the provinces on a framework to create new child-care spaces across the country, coming close to fulfilling a dream of most prime ministers since Brian Mulroney first committed to the idea in 1984. (spon.ca)
  • The pre-election commitment was made to counter the NDP's big idea - a $5 billion plan to create one million child-care spaces. (spon.ca)
  • people
  • Britain's social mobility problem, for this generation of young people in particular, is getting worse not better. (huffingtonpost.co.uk)
  • Though Churchill had presided over the planning for radical social reform, though he was a genuine hero of the masses,A the people of The UKA did not trust him to deliver the brave new world of Beveridge.There were other factors too. (amazonaws.com)