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According to him, the participants of this conference propose to conduct a comprehensive and in-depth reflection on the crucial problem of precarious housing that affects a large number of inhabitants in francophone countries.
In other words, ways of addressing temporariness are not exhausted by socially and politically constructed forms of permanence like permanent residence for migrant workers and standard jobs for precarious workers.
Each section of the report was introduced by precarious worker organizers who were part of the Workers' Action Centre.
Precarious work can have significant negative physical and mental health outcomes for people.
In Precarious Communism Gilman-Opalsky explains that the purpose of any manifesto, including his own, is to make manifest certain facts.
In this second example, it is the theater, rather, that functions as an in-between space, as a manifestation of a precarious presence that unexpectedly opens up for a particular public.
BEIRUT: Four people were wounded over the weekend in separate incidents in the southern city of Sidon and the northern city of Tripoli, where the security situation remains precarious after recent clashes.
Women seem to be overrepresented in precarious leadership positions at organizations going through crisis.
Precarious employment has been viewed as somewhat broader in terms of coverage, although there is ongoing debate as to what types of work arrangements should be labelled as precarious, and whether employment status is of itself sufficient to designate particular workers as being precariously employed (Vosko 2006; Lewchuk et al.
These people were in a very precarious position and probably wouldn't have survived the night.
Global Banking News-August 15, 2012--Senior bankers say Greek financial system in precarious position(C)2012 ENPublishing - http://www.