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Defusing Europe’s poverty time bomb
The poor don’t often decide elections in the advanced world, and yet they are being wooed heavily in Italy’s current electoral campaign. Former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, the leader of Forza Italia, has proposed a ‘dignity income’, while Beppe Grillo, the comedian and shadow leader of the Five Star Movement, has likewise called for a ‘citizenship income’.
Latin America focuses on attacking pockets of rural poverty
Identifying territories where rural poverty is most entrenched in Latin America and the Caribbean to apply new tools and innovative policies to combat hunger is the new strategy that will be discussed at a ministerial meeting to be held in early March.
More people in Sweden at risk of poverty
Fresh statistics suggest that more and more Swedes are at risk of poverty, with youths, single parents and non-native Swedes representing the bulk of those falling below the EU threshold.
Poverty rates surge among UK children of public sector worker parents
Rates of poverty among children of public sector workers in the UK have surged since 2010 following the government’s pay restrictions and in-work benefit cuts, new analysis showed.
Tackling poverty in Wales a must
Poverty in Wales must be tackled urgently if the high number of suicides in deprived areas is to be lowered, according to Samaritans Cymru a non-profit organization in Cardiff, Wales
One in four Iraqi children in poverty
One in four Iraqi children are in poverty and four million are in need of assistance as a result of the country’s war with Daesh terrorist group, the United Nation’s children agency said.
Vaccines to help prevent tens of millions from slipping into poverty
A latest study published in the US magazine Health Affairs has shown that by 2030 vaccines not only will have saved millions of lives around the globe, but also will help prevent 24 million people in some of the world's poorest countries from slipping into poverty.
Senior citizens in Ethiopia weave their way out of poverty
Tiru Alimayehu grew up on the outskirts of Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa and has witnessed its stellar transformation from a nondescript administration post to a well-known metropolis.
Guizhou lifts 1.2m people out of poverty in 2017
A total of 1.2 million people were lifted out of poverty last year in southwest China's Guizhou Province, which is at the forefront of the country's anti-poverty campaign.
Most children in UK's poorest areas now growing up in poverty: Study
More than half of all children in Britain’s very poorest areas are now growing up in poverty as the impact of cuts to benefits are leading to an “emerging child poverty crisis,” according to a new study.
Most children in UK's poorest areas now growing up in poverty
In 25 constituencies more than 40 percent of children now live below the poverty line.
Global unemployment down, but working poverty rampant
The global unemployment rate is expected to tick down in 2018, the UN said, while warning that far too many workers still live in desperate poverty.
China encourages charity organizations to help reduce poverty
China will continue to improve the philanthropy work to attract more charity organizations to help reduce poverty, vice minister of civil affairs Gao Xiaobing said.
One in three Filipino families move out of poverty
One in every three Filipino families has escaped poverty in recent years, according to a recent Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey.
Under-fives in poverty 'may never catch up' with peers
Children living in poverty in Wales are falling behind and may never catch up with their classmates, a charity has warned.

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