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Banning beggars for city's outlook?   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2012-8-30 13:03:34 |Display all floors
Welfare organization should take care of all aspects.  
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Post time 2012-8-30 14:33:17 |Display all floors
Ok,let's see if the beggars were banned in the city, where are they getting feed?

It can't be as easily dig a hole on the ground and burry them.

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Post time 2012-8-30 14:35:24 |Display all floors
RavindraSk Post time: 2012-8-30 13:03
Welfare organization should take care of all aspects.

Unfortunately, there are no enough shelters or charity organizations for those beggars.

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Post time 2012-8-30 14:39:02 |Display all floors
desperado123 Post time: 2012-8-30 12:35
Unfortunately, there are no enough shelters or charity organizations for those beggars.

HR department as well as private sector, both have to contribute.

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Post time 2012-8-30 18:33:17 |Display all floors
Begging occurs in EVERY larger city in the world, no exceptions. There are always people who are genuinely down on their luck and making welfare organisations take care of them simply doesn't work as this has been tried in countries such as Australia and the UK with far lower rates of begging and homelessness than China.

Seneca is on the right track as there are a mixture of genuine and professional beggars in China. So what to do about it? More low cost affordable housing with a percentage set aside for the homeless would be a good start. Improving the overall welfare system so that it is fair and equitable and above all pays enough for most people to live on would help too.

Licensing beggars would also possibly be advantageous, a simple "house check" would soon dissuade most professional beggars, especially if there is a nasty penalty involved for those who do attempt to defraud the system.

In other words no need to ban begging, just ensure that only real bona fide beggars benefit from it.
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Post time 2012-8-30 19:21:36 |Display all floors
It is not beggars that make the city unclean but the 'unclean' city that makes the beggars beg.

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Post time 2012-8-30 19:26:50 |Display all floors
Welfare organization supported by HR department and private sector must take responsibility to keep city clean in this respect.

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