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Research outputs: SOCIAL WELFARE

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2020 At the intersection of social challenges and the fourth industrial revolution

Two previously distinct conversation have begun to converge in debates on science, technology and innovation (STI) policy at global and nat...

2020 The relationship between social welfare policy and multi dimensional well-being: an analysis using the South Africa child support grant

Socio-historical context and ideology are often overlooked in analyses of how social welfare policy is used to promote well-being. This pape...

2020 Social housing and spatial inequality in South African cities

Social housing is a powerful tool to integrate divided cities by providing decent rental accommodation for low- and moderate-income working ...

2020 Social housing and upward mobility in South African cities

Not enough is being done to maximise the prospects of upward mobility for the tenants of South Africa's social housing programme. Household-...

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