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Poverty risk, inequality and social exclusion

Updated on 22 January 2016
Written by Eulalia Claros, Verena Kern

The distribution of poverty, inequality and social exclusion varies significantly across EU Member States. Based on 2013 data, this infographic shows who is at risk, how equally disposable income is distributed,and how much EU countries spend on specific measures to combat poverty and social exclusion.


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One thought on “Poverty risk, inequality and social exclusion

  1. me parece que en esta Europa, que prometía tanta ambición, se han olvidado, de los derechos sociales, están haciendo todo al contrario, han cambiado el bien humanitario, por el económico, camino muy peligro, el tiempo lo dirá.


    Posted by Nises Mirollo | December 16, 2014, 12:15

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