3rd Workshop

<u>Overcoming Social Insecurity in the Global South</u><br>University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, 9 to 10 May 2011

Programme

Workshop Papers:

Part I: The struggle for work and livelihoods in the Global South

South Africa’s Community Work Program (CWP): Overview of the findings from the survey of participants in Westonaria and Keiskamahoek (Handout)
Khayaat Fakier (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa)
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South Africa’s Community Work Program (CWP)
A case study of Bekkersdal
Themba Masondo (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa)
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Promoting the care of natural resources: green jobs in the Community Work Program (CWP)
Jacklyn Cock (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa)
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Financial accessibility of street vendors in Mumbai
Debdulal Saha (TISS)

A comparative study of street vendors in Mumbai and Johannesburg
Abshishek Sawant (TISS)

Informal Work in Sao Paolo: about work, housing and city
Cibele Rizek (University of Sao Paolo, Brazil)
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The growth and organisation of a precariat: Working in the clothing industry in the Inner City of Johannesburg
Edward Webster and Katherine Joynt (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa)
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Part II: Towards social security in the Global South

Delineating the Worker Identity in a Complex Domain: The Case of Community Practitioners in India  
Mouleshri Vyas (Tata Institute of Social Science, India)
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South Africa’s Community Work Program (CWP)
Implications for care work
Khayaat Fakier (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa)

Financial Inclusion: Insights from Community Banking
Caroline Southey (Standard Bank, Department of Inclusive Banking, South Africa)

In search for a Southern Welfare Paradigm: The case of India
Mona Meurer (Kassel University)
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