the Supreme administrative court recently gave the Vellinge municipality the right to impose the prohibition of begging in certain designated places.
We have in this country made an effort to eliminate poverty. It has largely succeeded. Then it becomes troublesome, we must receive the poor of other countries. It does not hold.
We end up in what the former prime minister Göran Persson called social tourism. This is because we are members of the EU.
that the EU would open borders for Europe's poor to look to the richer countries. It is primarily about labour mobility. It is supposed to support yourself in the country, within the EU, the person chosen to reside.
the UNION runs several projects and has given the government of Romania a lot of money to educational and development projects for the roma. The EU also awards great summer to countries that do not reach up to the standard we have in Western europe.
But the problem is large, so it will take time before roma will be on an equal footing with others. However, it is in tiggarnas home countries that the problem must be dealt with. The principle of a social policy is the same as here.
each living through their own work. Social policy is for special events when the person is not, of defined reasons, work. It wouldn't work on large groups of inhabitants try to live on the work of others. So it is with beggary, but on a small scale.
Those who think it is a shame about the beggars is probably not alone in thinking so. But beggary does not solve the tiggarnas problems. Rather keep it beggars left in a life as beggars.
They need the education and knowledge that leads to work. But you probably need to start with changing the attitude and culture of beggary, just by the job creation measures.
in our small society. Young people in their best ages. Of course, they would be able to work. But when the man was offered a job, he declined. Maybe it pays better to beg? Those who give the beggars money, might consider this.
Beggary also generate crime. Studies show that there is a kind of human trafficking with the roma. They are forced to beg on behalf of others, and may retain quite a bit of what they are getting into. Then ”tiggerihallikarna” build themselves nice villas back home in Romania. We've seen it on tv.
ten years ago, we had not so many beggars in this country. Now there are thousands. It has spread to as poor rome can go to rich countries and make a really good profit, as beggars.
it is old and/or disabled. It is more shame on them. But the idea and the information spreads, if you look extra pitiful, give it more clink in the mug. So why not play a little theater? That there is we also know.
The easiest way to do the begging less interesting is to not give beggars any money. Then they will go home again. It was what the government's tiggeriutredning came to the conclusion. Better in such cases to give money to charities.
But humanists and good-hearted people think they are doing a good deed. Could it be that it is primarily for their own conscience they donate to beggars?
convince them not if that it would be inappropriate to support the beggars. Therefore, the need for a ban, which is also 57% of the Swedish people believe according to a survey. Indirect is there a way to get the beggars to seek other ways to make a living.