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1 Economy

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Daniela Ferragamo

on 21 September 2015

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Transcript of 1 Economy

Economy is the way we make and use products. It is related to the processes of production, exchange, distribution and use of goods and services, as means to satisfy human needs.
There is a strong relationship between economy and society. People work to provide others with solutions to their needs, creating an
interdependence
among human beings.
Social Undertakings
Economy and Society
What is 'Economy'?
What is 'Economy'?
Social relationships starting from production
Fair trade
It is a relationship of trade based on dialogue, transparency and respect, to obtain a major equity in the relationship among workers and consumers.
It includes:
- a fair salary
- improvement of security and hygienic
conditions
- equal opportunities for men and women
- protect children's rights
- protect ethnic minorities
- preserve the environment
Undertaking
Some people identify specific material needs and decide to tackle them with their creativity and work. They are called '
enterpreneurs
'
They try to solve concrete problems, such as insecurity, lack of public works, environmental pollution.
Community organizations are important to achieve these objectives.
Work and social security
Art. 33.

Working is a social right and a duty, an economical right, that provides personal development and basis of the economy. The state will guarantee to workers, respecting their dignity, a decorous life, decent salaries and the performance of a healthy job, freely chosen and accepted.
Which are our basic needs?
Basic human needs are the elements required for survival and normal mental and physical health, such as food, water, shelter, protection from environmental threats, and love.
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