Towards a Decent Living Level – Income Levels and Socially Perceived Necessities
On 17th March 2015 SASPRI in collaboration with the Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institure (SPII) and the Labour Research Service (LRS) and with the support of Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) hosted a Seminar entitled “Towards a Decent Living Level – Income Levels and Socially Perceived Necessities”.
The following presentations were made and are available for download:
From Edward Batson’s Poverty Datum Line, to the Household Subsistence Level to minimum caloric intake: moving beyond the physiological minima in poverty approaches and definitions in post-apartheid South Africa Dr Wiseman Magasela (Department of Social Development) (click here to download)
Socially perceived necessities in South Africa Dr Gemma Wright (SASPRI) (click here to download)
Income levels and socially perceived necessities Prof Michael Noble (SASPRI) (click here to download)
Attitudes about inequality and redress Ben Roberts (HSRC) (click here to download)