Homelessness In Australia

The ‘tent city’ blighting Martin Place outside the Reserve Bank of Australia raises important questions about the cause of homelessness. article source The imminent dismantling of tent city in Sydney’s Martin Place has brought sharp focus to the plight of homeless people in Australia. Lanz Priestly, known as the mayor of tent city, is insisting […]

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Poverty in Fiji

Causes of hunger and poverty Fiji’s political instability and corruption is one of the major causes of poverty in Fiji. There is also the lack of education and inequality leading to workers lacking skills and resources. “More than 250,000 people in Fiji islands live in poverty and many more live on, or just above the […]

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“Micronesian homelessness”

2017 Five Facts About Poverty in Micronesia Poverty in Micronesia? The lush beauty of the tropical island group known as Micronesia implies a paradise of plenty, yet the Federated States of Micronesia remains a nation burdened by poverty. Here are five facts about poverty in Micronesia: Nearly one in five people live on less than […]

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Horrible Homelessness in New Guinea

Operation food for Life reaches the poorest By Pablo Lillo Operation Food for Life volunteers have been serving the poorest of the poor, in the outskirts of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Dennis Perry, co-founder of Operation Food for Life says his team of volunteers have been working with families living at a rubbish dump. […]

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Collective Bargaining, Another New Deal is needed but implemented and regulated by the People instead of elected officials

During the Roosevelt administration, the New Deal was a reorganization and implementation of government operational securities for the welfare and prosperity of the American people. The New Deal became a major project within the USA after there were major money losses (the stock market crash of 1929) and the population as a whole, fell into […]

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