Britian has not seen absolute poverty since the Victorian age and now it is back because of inadequate support from the government. The government has sanctioned people, often for the most trival of things, which caused widespread poverty. The Red Cross is setting up centres for the desitute, just like those it sets up in the developing countries. Who knew that there would be people living like the poor in developing countries, but in Britian? In Singapore, there are also people in absolute poverty. More government support is needed in order to eradicate poverty.
"Material poverty in the Eurozone is increasing. In Ireland, Greece and Latvia (in 2011 not yet a Eurozone member but surely a wannabe) one year changes were nothing short of dramatic. Poverty in the EU outside the Eurozone is decreasing ..."
This article shows that there poverty exists, even in the rich countries. It proves that although the country is well-off, not all of its citizens are. "At the same time, unemployment increased and investments went down in the EU and especially inside the Eurozone, which means that income and production were clearly below capacity." The economy of the Eurozone has deteoriated slightly, affecting many people and their income. As foreign countries become economical competitors, the investments into the Eurozone are sure to drop.
A very useful and easy to understand infographic. This article tells us many ways illiteracy affects many things that is needed in a healthy society. About 16% of the world's population is illiterate, which is a staggering 775 million people. Being literate is important as it helps one to know himself/herself and "fully exercise their rights". It is a human right to be educated and I think we should help those who aren't literate. Majority of people in poverty lives in places with the lowest litaracy rates in the world. It shows that there is a direct link between poverty and education.
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