Catholic Social Teaching calls on us to undertake work in a responsible manner and to treat workers well, and reminds us that failure to respect the dignity of human work too often results in poverty and insecurity.

The article below is a Working Paper contribution from CAPP Malta members to the upcoming FCAPP 2015 International Conference, "Rethinking Key Features of Economic and Social Life" to be held at Vatican City, May 25 - 27.




The Future of Employment and the Informal Economy Working Paper
Introduction
Work is “probably the essential key…to the whole social question”1. It is our contribution to the co-creation of God’s world, allowing us to transform nature and to achieve human fulfilment. Catholic Social Teaching calls on us to undertake work in a responsible manner and to treat workers well, and reminds us that failure to respect the dignity of human work too often results in poverty and insecurity2. 

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Catholic Social Teaching calls on us to undertake work in a responsible manner and to treat workers well, and reminds us that failure to respect the dignity of human work too often results in poverty and insecurity. Read more