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In considering the change in parenthood during the epoch of the welfare state, certain features draw immediate attention. Like unemployment insurance, workers’ compensation does not cover all workers. There is no national consensus on a welfare policy framework and its relationship to a national reconstruction and development strategy. 12. Complex and emerging issues influence us, our towns, our countries, and our world: Fair housing.

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Publisher: British Association for Adoption and Fostering (BAAF) (December 13, 2007)

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