poverty

To achieve a just and equitable recovery, it is urgent to abandon the piecemeal approach maintained until now and develop policies that address the structural causes of the problem.

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The crisis is clearly showing us that an adequate and sustainable social protection system is needed in Europe.

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The short-term wellbeing costs of COVID-19 have been severe. The pandemic is having profound effects on poor and marginalized groups, increasing poverty rates and widening gaps between different groups in society. SDG Watch Europe calls for urgent actions!

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Dr. Patricia Lucas, an independent research consultant and professor at the University of Bristol, in the United Kingdom.

The researcher in the University of Bristol, promoter of several reports on data poverty along with Rosa Robinson, is one of the speakers participating in M4Social Day.

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NASA space launch in 2020.

We analyze the environmental and social impact of the space race with the Debt Observatory in Globalization (ODG).

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 NouSol has been running the Bobo-Dioulasso center project since 2018.

The Girona-based NGO NouSol has revitalized a Day Center for children and young people in the city of Burkina Faso.

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"Kids of Sodom - E-waste in Ghana".

The Mobile Social Congress sheds light on the illegal trafficking of this waste and shares experiences of a waste dump in Ghana.

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We fear that governments are yet again prioritising business instead of protecting people and that recovery instruments will not benefit the poor, or even risk generating increased poverty, with austerity looming again to restore public accounts.

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Universal Basic Income in Europe is a proposal that makes sense, regardless of the pandemic, to end precariousness and poverty, and offering material guarantees to exercise one’s freedom.

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Xavier Baró, president of the Ahead association.

The president of the Ahead association tells us about the projects in the organisation and how the poverty that is brought on by  the pandemic is affecting the most vulnerable groups.

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BRAC estimates that it will take at least two more years for an economic recovery with the combined effort of government and non-government organisation.

We have talked with BRAC to know how Covid-19 has affected Bangladesh and its rates of extreme and new poverty.

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In 2019, Care worked in 100 countries and worked with nearly 69 million people.

The director of knowledge management and learning for CARE talks about how Covid-19 has increased the number of people who are at risk of poverty and how reversing this growth.

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