In this post we will look at some of the most serious social problems facing the youth of today, and consider some solutions to help our youth to course correct before its too late.
People living on the streets and in northern communities may not have access to clean water, which can make it impractical to use environmentally friendly products like menstrual cups and reusable pads. In the Halifax library, McNab also notes that cups may not work for people who have experienced sexual violence or trauma.
Worldwide, a more radical idea is beginning to gain traction: Scotland announced in May that it would provide free menstrual supplies to low-income families across the country. Canadian post-secondary student populations, and even some school administrations, are embracing the idea.
Free tampon initiatives are also underway on many other campuses, including McGill and Ryerson. Some activists have begun pushing government officials to follow suit on a national level. Carol-Ann Granatstein is a communications strategist in Toronto — and a budding standup comic.
Her real goal, though, is to push for a political solution. To do that, she wanted to find out what it would cost governments to provide sanitary products to the most vulnerable girls and women across the country. So she enlisted Paul Smetanin, president of the Canadian Centre for Economic Analysis, and his report showed that Canada is home to aboutfemale shelter users and school-aged girls from low-income families.
Granatstein plans to present these numbers to government officials. I just rewash it. This story originally appeared in our October issue with the title "Bloody expensive. Sign up for our free e-newsletter now! The Observer reserves the right to edit or reject any comment it deems to be inappropriate.
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Please check your internet connection or reload this page. Despite the dominant role of the decline of marriage in child poverty, this issue is taboo in most anti-poverty discussions.
The press rarely mentions out-of-wedlock childbearing. Poverty is still a big problem in the world today, as you can see from the numbers.
|Causes of Poverty — Global Issues||Poverty is still a big problem in the world today, as you can see from the numbers.|
This is in spite of the progress that you see around you. The good news is that in , only 18% of the world’s population was living way below .
Many Europeans and their descendants around the world have tried to look back at history and ask how it was that Europe and the West prospered and rose to such prominence. Structural Adjustment—a Major Cause of Poverty; Poverty Around The World; Today, around 21, children died around the world Shah, Anup.
“Poverty . To learn more about the critical issues and challenges facing the world today, explore 11 Global Debates, a collections of essays celebrating 10 .
Nov 13, · Income and Poverty in the United States: These tables present data on income, earnings, income inequality & poverty in the United States based on information collected in the and earlier CPS ASEC.