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“Housing is a basic human need and access to decent quality, affordable and safe housing should be seen a human right. This means that our society and more specifically the State has an obligation to ensure that everyone living in New Zealand always has access to adequate and secure housing.
Tags » Child Poverty
How much would you pay to stop having to listen to rich people tell poor people how to run their families?
If my calculations are correct, we can end child poverty for $62 billion per year. 1,248 more words
Canada — a wealthy nation with an abundance of natural resources — can’t seem to put a stop to child poverty, according to an annual report examining children’s welfare in the country. 365 more words
Today Kirsteen McLay-Knopp, one of our editors here at “The Forever Years” was interviewed by our local TV channel about “Operation Christmas Child”, the project organised by… 76 more words