Read the below link to the article from the Conversation.
Question: In what way does this scheme reflect a continuation of political (and more broadly social) attitudes regarding welfare provision in the form of benefits in Australia? In your opinion, does a scheme like 'the cashless welfare card' promote the human rights of the card user (think about this in terms of does it promote dignity, value or worth, or alternatively you could link it to specific social or economic rights)?
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