Explore Child Poverty, Drop In, and more!

This #Infographic Wednesday over on the #HomelessHub Blog Ontario's Child #Poverty Reduction Strategy, and comes from  Canada Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA). The infographic states that by 2010 there was an 8.7% drop in child poverty after investments were made into the poverty reduction strategy. Unfortunately, after 2010, investments into the poverty reduction strategies stalled and #childpoverty rates began to increase. This is partially due to a lack of federal government…

This #Infographic Wednesday over on the #HomelessHub Blog Ontario's Child #Poverty Reduction Strategy, and comes from Canada Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA). The infographic states that by 2010 there was an 8.7% drop in child poverty after investments were made into the poverty reduction strategy. Unfortunately, after 2010, investments into the poverty reduction strategies stalled and #childpoverty rates began to increase. This is partially due to a lack of federal government…

Global stratification can vary in types of people and in different countries around the world. Some call it slums while we call it poverty it's all the same and that number is growing every year.

Stats on the Homeless – An Infographic

Statistics on homelessness in the United States. Families are the fastest growing segment of the homeless population, making up of homeless Americans.

creative infographic - Buscar con Google

Child Poverty Infographic by Holly Booth, via Behance ~ Child poverty is not a phenomenon limited to far-away countries and unknown people. Poverty exists at home, often right beside us, where we may least expect it.

Poverty is not only found it in the developing world; it affects over three million Canadians, including 600,000 children.  This infographic explores which groups are most likely to live in poverty in our country, how Canada ranks internationally, and more.

Other Infographics - Canada Infographic. Poverty In Canada. The Cost Of Poverty In Canada. Canada: Poverty And Socio-Economic Issues.

Five things every journalist should know about the relationship between poverty and health in Canada

Five things to know about the relationship between poverty and health in Canada - Policy Options

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