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Subject: Support for action to reduce inequalities at work, the fight against precariousness and exclusion.
Taking this a step further, the play can only succeed if the participating communities insist on the precariousness of their presence, if the one is constantly put under scrutiny and exposed by the other: both communities become aware of the danger or the chance to disappear and appear in another form, if they choose to take this risk and exploit the situation to the extreme.
In encouraging social engagement with the inevitable precariousness of life it must be acknowledged that 'there is no life without the conditions of life that variably sustain life, and those conditions are pervasively social, establishing not the discrete ontology of the person, but rather the interdependency of persons' (Butler, 2009a:19).
The precariousness of their fragile humanity in the vastness of space is powerfully foregrounded through wide-angle shots and a depth of field brilliantly enhanced by 3-D.
The different aspects of life that a few days of rain has ended up affecting exposes the precariousness of our systems.
He also explained that women and children are the most vulnerable populations of this lawlessness situation which plunges them in precariousness resulting from dependence on human assistance, deploring that the use of women in political propaganda is never denounced by the media and by the relevant international organizations.
of Wisconsin-Green Bay) describes how German playwright Wedekind (1864-1918) uses the concept of elasticity in response to the precariousness of modern life.
Its future has not been helped by the perceived political precariousness of the wards in the area, vociferous and understandable local opposition and the incomprehensible delay in the Welsh Government exercising its planning powers to deal with outstanding planning appeals leading to a final resolution of this longstanding issue.
She warned: "We all know the precariousness of the country's financial position.
Yet, at the same time, "the deeper waged employment has decayed into a condition of precariousness and immiseration, the more prominent work and job creation have become as governmental responses to social problems," Barchiesi maintains.
The drop stemmed not only from Wall Street's ennui toward newspaper stocks but also the perception of financial precariousness at Lee, which had almost $1,000 million in loans coming due in April.
precariousness of her health condition," a Foreign Ministry statement said.