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Australia has a long history of coercing people into work. There are better options than 'dobbing in'

By Frances Flanagan, Sydney Fellow, Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies, University of Sydney
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Australia has a long history of making unemployment support contingent on the idea of "deservedness". JobSeeker rules are an extension of that.

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