pauperisation


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Synonyms for pauperisation

the act of making someone poor

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Dans l'arret Moge, la juge L'Heureux-Dube fait reference a la pauperisation accrue des femmes a la suite de la rupture conjugale, citant des etudes doctrinales et statistiques sur le sujet (49).
1984) The Pauperisation of Motherhood: Patriarchy and Public Policy in the United States.
5 times, and the reason for not seeking such care being mostly the cost factor, it becomes amply evident that self-financing has drastic limits and in itself is the prime cause of most ill health as well as pauperisation, especially amongst the large majority for whom out-of-pocket mode of financing strains their basic survival.
Apres avoir connu un essor important au XIXe siecle et au debut du XXe siecle, ils presentent au lendemain de la seconde guerre mondiale des signes de << degenerescence >> : ralentissement des activites economiques, pauperisation, diminution de la population et degradation du cadre bati.
This blatant pauperisation of homeowners, many of whom are senior citizens, makes a mockery of the assertion by Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott that he would not allow such increases.
There must be no spoon feeding, no pauperisation, no sheer sentimentality but a realistic outlook towards their problems, kindness, tolerance, firmness, infinite patience, and a fostering of their own self-respect.
La grande majorite de la population congolaise, en etat de pauperisation acceleree, la subit.
Parallel with the collapse of the dinar has been pauperisation of the Iraqi middle class, leaving only the rich, comprising government supporters, and the poor, being the rest of the country.
The Islamic republics of the second region can hardly avoid the pauperisation of their population and a social explosion in the event that the Union collapses.
Mais tant qu'il y a un durcissement economique, tant qu'il y a une pauperisation, tant qu'il y a un appauvrissement et une debilitation de la population a travers des enseignements retrogrades et bornes, on ne va pas s'en sortir.
beaucoup moins que] C'est un ras-le-bol general et les maux que nous denoncons sont nombreux [beaucoup plus grand que], a peste Moussa Tchangari, l'un des organisateurs de la marche, citant [beaucoup moins que] le bradage des ressources naturelles [beaucoup plus grand que], [beaucoup moins que] la presence des bases militaires francaises et americaines [beaucoup plus grand que], sur fond de [beaucoup moins que] pauperisation des populations [beaucoup plus grand que].
Le portrait flatteur d'une Allemagne a qui tout reussit economiquement se voit egratigner par la pauperisation croissante de certaines categories de la population, bas salaires et retraites en tete.
It is clear to see that this will mean evictions, homelessness and pauperisation of whole sections of our community and the requisite frustration, crime and despair that this brings.
Le centre historique de Palerme a connu au lendemain du second conflit mondial un lent et inexorable processus de devitalisation sous Veffet conjoint de son depeuplement et de sa pauperisation.