Underlying values: freedom, personal responsibility
Risk: inequality and exclusion
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''CULTURE OF PARTICIPATION''
Christian democratic view
Underlying values: solidarity, caring for each other
Risk: people without strong social networks risk being excluded
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Statement: Every citizen who receives social assistance benefits should be obliged to do community service in return for this government support.
Use the following sentence starters:
I (dis)agree with..., because...
I would like to add to... that...
I have a question about.../Could you explain...?
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Brainstorm about your party's view on topic 1: work and social assistance benefits
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Portfolio assignment 1a
Describe how you think the life of someone living in poverty in the Netherlands is different from someone who is not. Think about housing, work, health, free time/social contacts, education, government support, etc.
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What are the arguments brought up by democrats and republicans in favor and against universal healthcare?
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What do people have to do in return for social assistance beneftis?
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Key concepts: welfare state; welfare triangle; social assistance benefits; basic income
Lesson objectives: You can use the welfare triangle to:
compare the liberal, social democratic and christian democratic view on the welfare state
formulate your own opinion onthe welfare state, social assistance benefits and the basic income
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What would a world where everyone received a basic income look like?
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Which of the arguments in favor of a universal basic income do you find most convincing? Which ones convince you the least?
Can you come up with any other arguments for or against the universal basic income?