n Law, Democracy & Development - The co-ordination of social security rights in Southern Africa : comparisons with (and possible lessons to be learnt from) the European experience




Sub-Saharan Africa is regarded as one of the poorest regions in the world and the number of very poor people has been increasing steadily since 1993. Social security measures are widely regarded as one of the more important poverty alleviation tools, therefore any endeavours to improve the quality of lives of the peoples of the region should take social security structures into account.


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