Posts Tagged ‘Poverty’
Message: earthWatch. kz1Kizi’s♥@1WORLDCommunity humanRightCommunitySharing 2012 1WC’sChannel REVIEW 2012: RT News – ‘Poverty back in Europe: Brands target nouveau poor’ Record high unemployment in the EU has forced some of the larger consumer goods companies to shift marketing strategies. They target poverty-stricken Europeans’ demand for cheaper goods in the midst of an economic crisis. ‘Poverty back in Europe: Brands target nouveau poor’ Record high unemployment in the EU has forced some of the larger consumer goods companies to shift marketing strategies. They target poverty-stricken Europeans’ demand for cheaper goods in the midst of an economic crisis. Unilever — the third-largest consumer goods company in the world, which manufactures hundreds of brands like Aviance, Ben & Jerry’s, Dove and Lipton — will be doing just that. Jan Zijderveld, head of Unilever’s European division, said in an interview with Financial Times Deutschland that “poverty is returning to Europe.” He speculates that sales can be increased by providing smaller and cheaper branded products. With changing economic conditions, shopping habits change as well: “If a consumer in Spain only spends €17 when they go shopping, then I’m not going to be able to sell them washing powder for half of their budget,” Zijderveld said. Unilever has already begun altering its branding to adapt to the challenge of low growth in the developed world. In Spain, it introduced Surf detergent in packages for only five …
Jullia Gillard saves Aslyum seekers she grants them 000 gifts she feed them, clothes, centrelink, free rent ,TV,washing machines,crisis hotels, they get everything when they come. None of these have been given to desperate disabled pensioners , Julllia give them nothing she forces poverty, suffering, pain costs of over 000 for poor pensioners to suffer to do their own work repairs in gov public NSW housing, she forces them to perish on streets and t battle for crisis hotel and leaves them die without it and do their own survival. she brings poverty with Wayne Swan , Barry O’Farrel, Prue Coward, and her wicked landlords from hell M rGullespie ,Mr Peter Chararchan: they force pensioners to use toilet buckets for toilet to defecate in it they do not baths, toilets, hygenic care, hotels to bath or toilets,the force them perish and battle and pay for pro bono solicitors when they are dire needy and poor worse : they offer no duty of care, like they do for Aslyum seekers, they keep them prison and trapped in for years cruel wicked Prime Minister rip of the poor pensioners and caring nursing assistants.They leave them linger on agony and pain mental and physical suffering trauma,injuries and they do not Apology to them and force them to suffer homeless and perish. They get medical reports and ignore it from Doctors, hospitals and force pensioners war vets to sit on commode toilet chair and poo and wee in it and Mr Gullespie , Peter Chararchan , Mr Allen . they deny …
Panhandle poverty a hidden problem
People line up in a parking lot in Gering to receive groceries during the monthly “Mobile Food Pantry,” sponsored by the Valley Evangelical Pastor Fellowship. Helping out are several area churches and students from Gering High School and Community Christian School.
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By: Jane Hamsher I still can’t quite wrap my head around the fact that Obama thought it was a good idea, in midst of 9.6% unemployment, and on the day after the census bureau announces that 1 in 7 Americans are living in poverty, to show up at the gated Connecticut mansion of a guy named Rich Richman and tell a privileged few at a private $30000 a plate fundraiser that people who see their glass “half empty” are pessimists and that the health care bill represents “the most productive, progressive legislative session in at least a generation.” The people in Connecticut who couldn’t afford $30000 to attend an event that raised $1 million for the DNC might not see it that way: Sept. 19–Connecticut regulators in recent days approved increases of more than 20 percent on some health plans starting Oct. 1, including a series of rates requested by Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield, by far the largest health insurer in the state….The higher prices, however, are a glimpse of what may be in store later this year when insurers propose new rates for 2011. The major difference between rising prices this year and years past is the cost of new benefits added to health plans starting Thursday as mandated by the sweeping reform approved by Congress in March. Insurers say the cost of new benefits will increase prices more than 20 percent for certain plans. When Obama was selling his health care plan to the public on June 22, 2010, he said that the changes mandated by the health care bill …
1 in 7 in U.S. live in poverty
43.6 million people, or 14.3 percent of the population, is the highest in more than a decade The recession and longer-term economic troubles have pushed the nation’s poverty rate to levels not seen in more than a decade.
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More Americans living in poverty, without health care. A new report from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that more Americans are living in poverty and more lack health insurance. The report, called “Income, Poverty and Health Insurance …
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American poverty levels on the rise under Obama
WASHINGTON – The number of people in the U.S. who are in poverty is on track for a record increase on President Barack Obama’s watch, with the ranks of working-age poor approaching 1960s levels that led to the national war on poverty. Census figures for 2009 – the recession-ravaged first year of the Democrat’s presidency – are to be released in the coming week, and demographers expect grim …
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New Hampshire again ranks No. 1 nationally in an annual survey on children’s well-being. But the numbers also indicate a growing problem in the state: poverty.
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