Monday, 22 January, 2018

Tag: poverty

CORDOBA has the highest amount of people living in chronic poverty. According to a new ranking by the AIS Group, 45.2% of Cordoba live below the poverty line, a figure which has increased by 6.5%...

POVERTY  rates in Andalucia are the same as they were at the height of the crisis. In Sevilla, 40% of children are still living in poverty, despite it being one of the most visited tourism...

Poverty has increased in the country despite its solid performance

Levels of poverty, inequality and social exclusion are ‘among the highest in the EU’, according to the European Commission’s Spain 2017 Report

New Bank of Spain figures show the wealthiest tenth of Spanish households hold 52.8% of the country’s wealth

Officers at the scene were unable to free the man

The overall risk of poverty rate in Spain is 22.2 %

International Development Specialist Brad L. Brasseur reports on the battle to bridge an education gap that is condemning third world citizens to a life sentence of poverty

Spain's geographical wealth divide is starkly illustrated in a new report

Expats, tourists, and a seasonal economy may distort statistics on Torrevieja

The number of children living in poverty in Spain has grown by 8% since the economic crisis began in 2008

Planned funds are just 0.18% of what is really needed

Ground-breaking poverty research takes into account the cost of living

About 40% of the population lives below the line of poverty in the autonomous region

City clamps down on street art and begging by fining them

Cuts in welfare, health and education have left some children homeless and malnourished

Group shoplift school equipment for distribution to poor students.

Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba says poverty is a 'national emergency' in Spain

The hard-up and hungry were given free milk, rice, lentils and fruit juice in the first of a series of giveaways

Hawkers on the Costa del Sol often come from a background of hardship and poverty

A Caritas study deemed poverty in Spain to be more chronic than ever before

Over a fifth of Spaniards are living below the poverty line

Report shows that fifth of the country is living in 'extreme poverty'




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