We can now appreciate the consequences of the economic and social crisis occurring since 2008. In rich countries of the world, the youth and the poor are the principal victims of it.
27% of the global population enjoys access to comprehensive social security systems, (...)
Between the beginning of 1990’s and 2012, inequality has strongly increased in Russia (...)
L’Union européenne ne peut prendre aucune décision ou réglementation dans le domaine (...)
Inequality of disposable incomes in Germany has decreased slightly since its peak in (...)
The agenda setting of the fight against poverty belongs to the long-term cooperation (...)
What about the relationship between poverty and health status ? The causal relation (...)
L’enquête datée de mars 2012 interroge le rapport des Européens aux inégalités (...)
Comme indiqué dans des articles précédents, la moitié de la population hongroise (...)
Inequality Watch, the European observatory of inequality, is a network resulting from the desire of associations and research centres to observe the state and evolution of inequality in Europe. It is the first independent information network for inequality in Europe.