2011.06.29AUSL 2nd Orientation<br />[Poverty Group]<br />                  John/Jo/Chelsea<br />
Today’s Agenda<br />
Definition of Poverty<br />Each household’s average income per person < The minimum cost-of-living  per month<br />NT﹩14,7...
Amendment of Social Assistance Act<br />Amendment of Social Assistance Act<br />Voted through on 12/2010, enforced on 7/1/...
Amendment of Social Assistance Act<br />(2) Update the definition of low-income <br />1.5 times the minimum COL<br />Inclu...
After the Revision<br />
Poverty Gap<br />
Syin-Lu Social welfare foundation心路基金會<br />
Syin-Lu Social welfare foundation心路基金會<br />
The Link Between Disability and Poverty <br />
Analysis For Our Main Objective<br />Babysitter for the disabled<br />Main concept <br />Recovery cure process<br />Career...
Graduates From Resource Class In High School特教生<br />Study shows that there are 1461 graduates from resource high school. ...
What Is Shelter Factory<br />Shelter factory is a place offering jobs for the disabled-Those who are willing to work but w...
Lack Of Shelter Factory<br />Disproportion!<br />
Which Problems Are Shelter Factories Going To Face? <br />Which comes first? Establishing ability or maximizing profit<br ...
Law of rights for the disabled身心障礙保護法<br />1.Non-profit organization becomes a enterprise employer?<br />2.After the amend...
Current Questions Left To Solve<br />1.Is it enough for the fund support by the government?How to convince the support?<br...
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Participants' Topic Group Presentation: Poverty (Taiwan)

  1. 1. 2011.06.29AUSL 2nd Orientation<br />[Poverty Group]<br /> John/Jo/Chelsea<br />
  2. 2. Today’s Agenda<br />
  3. 3. Definition of Poverty<br />Each household’s average income per person < The minimum cost-of-living per month<br />NT﹩14,794<br />112,200 residents (273,361people)<br />41% of the households (1.18% of the population)<br />
  4. 4. Amendment of Social Assistance Act<br />Amendment of Social Assistance Act<br />Voted through on 12/2010, enforced on 7/1/2011<br />(1) Revise the calculation of the minimum cost-of-living(COL)<br />
  5. 5. Amendment of Social Assistance Act<br />(2) Update the definition of low-income <br />1.5 times the minimum COL<br />Include the definition of "low-income <br /> households“ into Social Assistance Act<br />
  6. 6. After the Revision<br />
  7. 7. Poverty Gap<br />
  8. 8. Syin-Lu Social welfare foundation心路基金會<br />
  9. 9. Syin-Lu Social welfare foundation心路基金會<br />
  10. 10. The Link Between Disability and Poverty <br />
  11. 11. Analysis For Our Main Objective<br />Babysitter for the disabled<br />Main concept <br />Recovery cure process<br />Career abilities training<br />
  12. 12. Graduates From Resource Class In High School特教生<br />Study shows that there are 1461 graduates from resource high school. However, there are only 38 people can get into the shelter factory. This implies that graduation almost equals unemployment. In contrast, the unemployment rate in Taiwan is 4.27%. <br />Is there something wrong?<br />
  13. 13. What Is Shelter Factory<br />Shelter factory is a place offering jobs for the disabled-Those who are willing to work but without required ability. <br />一家工廠<br />喜憨兒烘焙工場<br />
  14. 14. Lack Of Shelter Factory<br />Disproportion!<br />
  15. 15. Which Problems Are Shelter Factories Going To Face? <br />Which comes first? Establishing ability or maximizing profit<br />Law problem: Is minimum wage suitable?<br />Support of government is scarce <br />
  16. 16. Law of rights for the disabled身心障礙保護法<br />1.Non-profit organization becomes a enterprise employer?<br />2.After the amendment of the law, does employment rise? <br />3.Does the law force shelter factories to close?<br />4.Should the service and training be emphasized more than profit maximizing?<br />
  17. 17. Current Questions Left To Solve<br />1.Is it enough for the fund support by the government?How to convince the support?<br />2.Does the disabled have enough opportunities to learn skills so that they can become independent in the future? How to increase the opportunities?<br />3.Should we reconsider the meaning between shelter factory and the disabled? Is the current laws suitable for sufferers?<br />

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