Slovenia - Precarious work debated - April 30, 2018

At a public debate on the current status of precarious work several experts contributed. Precarious forms of work lead to a rise in poverty, they poorly influence the functioning of a social state, force citizens into apathy and lead to their withdrawal from politics. Precarious forms of work don't only happen in the outskirts but are deeply embedded in the economic system.

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