Child poverty in Germany is more widespread than previously thought, according to the findings o new study published by the Bertelsmann Foundation (the country’s largest private operating non-profit foundation) on May 10.
As reported by Deutsche Welle (DW), Germany’s international broadcaster, the data show public assistance often does not meet the needs of children growing up under and near the poverty threshold.
One out of every five children under the age of 15 is at risk of poverty. This i...
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