Description - Child Poverty and the Canadian Welfare State by Shereen Ismael
In 2005, 1.2 million children in Canada were living below the poverty level. This represents a 20 percent increase since 1989, the year that the federal government unanimously passed a resolution to eliminate child poverty by 2000. To understand the state of children's welfare, Child Poverty and the Canadian Welfare State reviews Canadian social policy reform, and discovers that the welfare of poor children is a casualty of the war on the welfare state launched by opposing political ideologies. This study surveys the shift from entitlement to charity from the perspective of social policy reform.
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(229mm x 152mm x 19mm)
University of Alberta Press
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Author Biography - Shereen Ismael
Shereen Ismael is an Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work at Carleton University.