poverty in the developed world doesn’t look like a refugee child with flies on their face. it looks like a normal person in normal clothes, in a normal apartment, with their bills spread out on the kitchen table, crying.
Finland has achieved the lowest child poverty in the world through a mix of family-friendly policies that balance work and life <-- Do they speak English, because this sounds like a great place to raise kids?
Child Poverty Infographic by Holly Booth, via Behance ~ Child poverty is not a phenomenon limited to far-away countries and unknown people. Poverty exists at home, often right beside us, where we may least expect it.
Alarming statistics released by the U. Census Bureau and U. Department of Agriculture earlier this month revealed that hunger and poverty rates in the country remain high, particularly among African-American children.
Tories have redefined child poverty as not just about having no money
Tories have redefined child poverty as not just about having no money New definition will have moral, judgmental dimension, as campaigners say further stigmatising single parent families will do nothing to tackle the issue
Around 1890 - Bristol - The late century was a time of great social reform, and the extent of child poverty was only beginning to be realised. Images of such ragged and forlorn children, are today only associated with developing countries.