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Due to the pressure of the workers' movement in the late 19th century, Reichskanzler Otto von Bismarck introduced the first rudimentary state social insurance scheme. Initiatives against welfare racism should strive to inform both the general public and potential activists of the overall impact of welfare racism on the nation�s poor. Content was presented to students in a traditional academic manner (e.g., lecture, discussion, in class activities) during one class session per week. It is estimated that there are up to 10 000 organisations in civil society which have a welfare and development focus.

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