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What is Social Legislation?
Social Legislation consists of laws that provide particular kinds of protection or benefits to society or segments thereof in furtherance of social justice.
How does Social Legislation differ with Labor Legislation/Law?
Note: As per Azucena, “If distinction must be stressed at all [between labor legislation and social legislation], it is simply in the sense that labor laws are social legislation but not all social legislations are labor laws. In other words, in relation to each other, social legislation as a concept is broader, labor laws narrower.”
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