Since then, Obama and McCain have joined in a truly bipartisan effort to completely ignore one of the defining issues of the twenty-first century. If the idea that poverty is a major issue is news to you, here are some basic facts from the latest U.
Share via Email Child poverty: As a consequence of this, you then fall into the trap that other proponents of the "end of ideology" thesis make and place the blame for the "problem" on to the "teenage mother who sometimes has no idea how to create a warm, safe, nurturing environment" and, subsequently, needs the help of a government better able to "get the balance between universal and targeted interventions right".
The problem is the flawed pathology of the lone parent, in need of treatment. This indolent attempt at explanation denies the evidence that more and more working-class and ethnic minority youth find themselves in a world with vastly diminishing opportunities — a situation caused by economic, social and political changes fashioned under three decades of neoliberal restructuring.
To refute this historical and ideological reality is dangerous, for it distracts attention away from the only viable solution to ending this "social apartheid" — the abandonment of the neoliberal project, and a return to economic and social policies shaped by social democratic values and notions of solidarity, justice, democracy and inclusion.
Two thirds of children now living in poverty in the UK have at least one parent in employment, one of the highest rates in the EU. Furthermore, recent austerity measures, including cuts to council tax benefits and public services for children, have just begun to bite and many young lives are expected only to get bleaker.
The government must put children first when they decide how and where to spend their money, so the youngest members of our society can be supported to fulfil their potential, no matter the financial or social circumstances of their families.
The poorest parents of every village, town and city are all equally poor and experiencing the same growing inequality between the diminishing value of their income and very few, if any, assets, and the growing income and assets of the wealthy.
They all need resources to reverse the trend. The most damaging impact on the poorest families and their children has come from governments of all hues, who have forced them into debt since the deregulations of the s.
Personal debt, in the form of rent arrears due to housing benefit cuts, has been used to lever them into lower valued properties. It has even been suggested by wealthy politicians that the poorest tenants, in the weakest possible position, should negotiate lower rents with landlords in a housing market in short supply.
Add to rent arrears the enforcement of unpayable council tax arrears against households, who are increasingly forced to visit food banks in their hundreds of thousands and it is clear that their inadequate incomes, with unmanageable debts, creating mental and physical ill health, are the principle reasons why many UK children do not make it to the bottom of the economic cliff — let alone climb it.That solution is the clear, conscious and deliberate removal of the big five factors of poverty.
Factors, Causes and History: A "factor" and a "cause" are not quite the same thing. Much has changed in American society since President Lyndon B. Johnson declared “unconditional war on poverty” in his State of the Union address on January 8, Poverty lines shown here include $1 a day, $ a day, $ a day, $2 a day (typical for many developing countries), $ a day (which includes a poverty level for some additional countries), and $10 a day, which a World Bank report referred to if looking at poverty from the level of .
Poverty is such a big issue; you could write on so many topics. I think choosing something specific is best. If it's too general, it could be too difficult to write about.
How about you find something that connects to poverty that you're interested in. Then if you would like to narrow it down, choose a particular group of people and/or a.
Congressional Democrats reportedly see inequality as an issue that could help them in this year’s midterm elections.
And some Republicans, such as Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, have begun talking about creating “ a new opportunity society in America ” as a conservative approach to addressing persistent poverty. If the economy numbers of the Philippines are good, then why is poverty such a big issue.
(leslutinsduphoenix.compines) submitted 4 years ago by Zeckdo. I am doing an essay on the Philippines, and I'm looking at the poverty of the country. The GDP is fairly good, the work force is strong, unemployment isn't took high. Importing/Exporting is good.