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RFSS N°267 : "Précarité, Pauvreté, Exclusion : Quelles réponses du travail social ?"





PRÉCARITÉ, PAUVRETÉ, EXCLUSION : QUELLES RÉPONSES DU TRAVAIL SOCIAL ?

- Éditorial
Michelle Gagnadoux
 
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Abstract

FRENCH REVIEW OF SOCIAL SERVICE N ° 267
2017- 4
PRECARITY, POVERTY, EXCLUSION: WHAT SOCIAL WORK REPONSES ?
 
Editorial
 
Michelle Gagnadoux
 
In one of the richest countries in the world, millions of people live in "poverty". According to the latest figures the INSEE (2016) 14.3% of the French population is poor, so 8.6 million people. How to measure poverty and precariousness? Who are the poor in France? What means to be poor? There is no consensual definition, so it is a difficult concept to grasp. Each individual has his own perception of poverty. We can say that it is a multidimensional phenomenon.
 
Some very approximative wayto evaluate poverty is connected with the median income. To be poor is to be a victim of material deprivation, poverty propels people into a situation of rupture, until exclusion. Poverty is an attack on the fundamental  citizen rights
We can talk about several forms of poverty, economic poverty that leads to a form of dependence on social services, poverty linked to the immigration of people, families in an irregular situation who call for help by soliciting charities.  New forms of poverty  affect all ages, from young to old ... and  involve social poverty in terms of human dignity.
 
According to the Observatoire des Inequalities, half of the poor are under 30 years (they represent 36% of the five million poor people). For the past 20 years, Father Wresinski's report has been referenced in 1988. Although the welfare state is over, public authorities, through solidarity-oriented social policies, have tried to remedy this situation.  by an accumulation of devices.
 
Yet the social divide is more and more pronounced, social inequalities of access to care, housing, education, culture ... always more victims. Although it is difficult to measure the non-use of benefits, would it be a sign of a fault in the social protection system?  Now  we can work and be poor. Daily news reminds us!
 
Did the multiannual plan against poverty (2013/2016) designed as a social shield, to protect people in difficulty, and to be a social springboard, meet these objectives? How can social workers give meaning to their interventions in this context?
 
In 2016, the "commitment" with the program "France is committing" was the great national cause. New forms of action are to be imagined to reinvent public policies. Our society is undoubtedly able to produce forms of support and social innovation. The current political debate speaks of "universal income. First part of this issue   questions and observes poverty by a conceptual approach, the place of social work through professional commitment, with a generational approach to based on ethics practices, and the state response in terms of assistance.State tries to answer by  social policies any way limited. Will social work create new forms of solidarity, different actors of the solidarity think of orientations. The sociology approaches  the society by strata ,  about the social link  and promotes  the implication of the  concerned people
 
The second part deals with new perspectives  Indeed  the European Union, is mobilized and proposes orientations. How the UNEDIC convention stakes can answer to precarious job seekers ? In order to face these real social inequalities,how social workers  can revisit their practices through the permanent respect for the person, get the power to choose and act?
 
The third part shows how professionals from their experiences, in prison, in polyvalent social service ... lead ethical reflections on this societal topic.
 

Samedi 16 Décembre 2017




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