Sunday, December 24, 2017

Alain Guézou

The Revenu de solidarité active (RSA) is a French form of in work welfare benefit aimed at reducing the barrier to return to work. It was implemented on 1 June 2009 by the French government.
 Its goal is to provide a minimum income for unemployed and underemployed workers, with the aim of encouraging them to find work, and provide a complement for low-wage workers so that they do not suffer the perverse effects of earning less through employment than unemployment.
Alain Guézou, president of the association RSA 38 walked from Grenoble to Brussels to denounce the dysfunctions of the RSA and create dialogue.

He became a ‘celebrity’, in good portion thanks to his ever present béret Alpin

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