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Meanings and phrases
- governmental provision of economic assistance to persons in need; social welfare; public assistance
- something that aids or promotes well-being; benefit
- a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperous; wellbeing; well-being; upbeat; eudaemonia; eudaimonia
- a former executive department of the United States government; created in 1953 and divided in 1979
- head of a former executive department created in 1953 and divided into two departments in 1979
- an administrative unit responsible for social work concerned with the welfare and vocational training of children; child welfare service
- an administrative unit responsible for social work concerned with the welfare and vocational training of children; child welfare agency
- governmental provision of economic assistance to persons in need; welfare; public assistance
- The concept may be understood as social welfare as well.
- Welfare capitalism is capitalism that includes social welfare policies.
- Goodwin worked in the field of social welfare before entering academia.
- a case for a welfare worker; charity case
- a government that undertakes responsibility for the welfare of its citizens through programs in public health and public housing and pensions and unemployment compensation etc.
- He instituted the world's first welfare state.
- The Circle also developed early forms of a welfare state.
- The book helped solidify Anglican support for the emerging welfare state.
- an organized activity to improve the condition of disadvantaged people in society; social service
- someone employed to provide social services (especially to the disadvantaged); social worker; caseworker
- Hamley took interest in animal welfare.
- In later years she became well known as an animal welfare advocate.
- Adjunctive behaviour has been used as evidence of animal welfare problems.
- There is one maternity and child welfare centre in the village.
- His research focuses on the public economics of healthcare and child welfare.
- The story's main character, Mariko, is a woman studying child welfare in Hokkaido.
- Iran spent 22.5 percent of its 2003 national budget on social welfare programs.
- With this money in hand, the State can therefore finance the social welfare programs".
- In addition, a "no" vote could have ended welfare programs from which voters were benefiting.
- Some ancient cultures promoted gleaning as an early form of a welfare system.
- As wives and widows of soldiers they were hurt by the inadequate welfare system.
- This explains why the French welfare system is plural, with a wide variety of actors.
- Technology is the greatest public welfare of this era".
- Classified as a Mediterranean welfare regime, Cyprus has a weak public welfare system.
- He was a secretary of public welfare for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania from 1963 to 1966.
- Ofsted inspected Boarding, health and welfare provision in June 2010.
- Inspectors of Polynesians were appointed to monitor Islanders' health and welfare.
- It conducts research into diseases of farm livestock and the promotion of animal health and welfare.
- There is one family welfare centre in the village.
- He joined the Maharashtra state government services again in 2010, as commissioner, family welfare.
- On 6 January 2010, he returned to the state government and was appointed commissioner, family welfare.
- Individuals who have an intellectual disability cannot receive social welfare benefits.
- This allowed these individuals to claim welfare benefits and healthcare from the state of Sweden.
- More services were moved to local offices including welfare benefits, fuel advice and furnished lets.
- At the Treasury her brief covered social issues such as child poverty and welfare reform.
- During the campaign, Walker backed welfare reform and opposed the expansion of mass transit.
- Paul Gregg (academic) Professor Paul Gregg is a British academic, and expert on labour markets and welfare reform.
- She was trained in air defense and staff welfare services in the Swedish Air Force.
- They described it as the notion that "welfare services should be restricted to our own".
- the State Labour Welfare Board provides welfare services to workers in the organized sector.
- He took great interest in the educational and general welfare of the Muslim community in Lagos.
- Over the time, however, the office has become increasingly occupied with the general welfare of the people in the district.
- He served on the education, environmental protection, finance, and technology committees and chaired the general welfare committee.
- During a speech in August 2011, Bruning compared welfare recipients to raccoons.
- The GDR people would become welfare recipients of the Federal Republic of Germany.
- The elderly and Government welfare recipients are given a 20% discount on their taxi fares.