Items tagged with 'Poverty'

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As the EU looks towards the future with its European Green Deal, Eurochild calls for a long-term strategy that equally sets targets to reduce child poverty, which remains unacceptably high across...
On 29th January 2020, the Alliance for investing in Children Italia held a high-level conference in Rome, where Eurochild participated as well. The aim of the event was twofold. On one hand, the...
The Commission for Equality in Mental Health (established by the Centre for Mental Health) released a briefing which helps to explain the correlation between unequal wealth and the risk of poor...
England's National Department for Education announced last week the launch of the government's free sanitary product scheme. The nationwide program will ensure that young girls do not miss classes...
Dr. Maria Herczog, sociologist, child protection expert, President of the Hungarian Association "Families, Children and Youth", was interviewed by the tv station ATV. They covered the work of...
The National Network for Children Bulgaria reported that there are teachers willing to work with vulnerable students in Bulgaria, but only one teacher from the city of Shumen has been approved by the...
Orenda Bulgaria Foundation is looking for an Office Coordinator for their team in Varna, Bulgaria, to assist the work of the social enterprise within the Foundation. The social enterprise has the...
Children are at a higher risk of poverty and social exclusion than adults or the elderly. According to UNICEF, 19.5% of the world’s children live in extreme poverty. The Committee of Ministers has...
The report focuses on the role of children’s rights in addressing child poverty in the Council of Europe. Showing how the European Social Charter can serve as a framework or roadmap for state efforts...
A report by the Ombudsman and Save the Children Romania found that 32% of children in Romania live below the poverty line. The report also found that 21.5% of children live in severe material...

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