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Sixty percent of Australians sleeping rough are outside the major centres.
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I thought life among the dead would be macabre and sad, but the people here in Manila have built a warm, welcoming community.
A girl from the Peul tribe stands in a village outside Bambari, Central African Republic.
The inter-generational poverty gap is passing the point of no return.
More than 1 billion people escaped the grind of extreme poverty – defined as living on less than $1.90 a day – between 1990 and 2013. But despite the gains, the world remains a long way fr...
Could you survive on $38 a day?
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A population about the size of Australia's is at risk of famine.
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It's as if the government believes we could only maintain our comfortable lifestyle if we had someone to kick.
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Thousands of Africans are fleeing from rising inequality, a stymied economy and ineradicable poverty.
The U.S. has indeed set an example for the rest of the world, but perhaps not the one Senator John McCain had in mind.
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The backpack challenge is an opportunity to understand what it's like to be a refugee.
<strong>OLIO started life as a food waste app but people are also finding it useful for combatting food poverty</strong>
Without government legislation for affordable housing targets our cities will become playgrounds for the rich.
An app designed to tackle food waste has proven to be an accidental lifeline for people who are struggling to afford to feed themselves. Since seven million tonnes of food and drink end up in the bin...
Giving is truly the most satisfying form of investment.
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The UN has warned that 20 million people are on the tipping point of unprecedented famine in four countries.
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It is morally and socially corrupt to deny so many Australians a home.
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In a land already wrought with political division, the wealth disparities continue to grow.
It's hard to fathom the horror of famine.
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This is not 'globalist' ideology as much common sense.
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It's just a roof over your head.
These creative ideas are born of good intentions, but many miss the mark.
Australia's top restaurants have joined the fight against world hunger, all you have to do is make a reservation.
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The actor now champions clean water so girls and women can have better opportunities.
Inequality in Australia is at a 70-year high. Unfair dinkum.
It's time we recognised retirees for their holistic contribution.
It's a photo so poignant and so symbolic you'd be forgiven for assuming it's faked. And you wouldn't be alone in that conclusion: Both Reddit and Snopes dismissed it as fake when it went viral earlier...
Some news still passes us by.
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Our sense of social responsibility must grow as wide as the gap between rich and poor.
Good, honest, hardworking people can fall on hard times.
This information is liberating.
Every night in Australia there are enough homeless children to fill Sydney’s Allianz Stadium.
Women's empowerment is one of the most important socio-political factors contributing to development in the Global South, and Indonesia is no exception. As more and more women become educated, join t...
It could happen to any of us.