Good Morning Europe
"The problem is not that we run out of money occasionally. The real problem is that we live our entire lives this way and our children grow up in this too.”
Good Morning Europe
A conference is taking place at the European Parliament today to discuss how to tackle poverty and social exclusion, which affect nearly half the poulation of some member states.
"We all suffer, but it's women and girls who suffer most"
Fortune favours the rich with 26 people owning the same as the poorest half of the human race, according to a recent report from Oxfam
French president visits sites of great WWI battles and says regions' suffering must end.
Police say the 25-year-old mother gave the newborn baby to a teacher she met online because she was unable to provide for her.
This university professor needs four months wages to repair his shoes.
Nicolas Maduro, has been unable to manage a crisis which, for ordinary citizens, has led to shortages food and medicine. But he is likely to be returned as president.
At least one person has died and several others are missing after a 26-floor building in Brazil's largest city caught fire.
“This past year has resolutely confirmed the existence of another Europe: a Europe not merely ignored but also misunderstood, not just despised but also forgotten — a Europe of the homeless," says the new report.
With Europe gripped by freezing temperatures, we spoke to homeless expert Freek Spinnewijn to find out what you can do to help.
Is 10 too young to work? Not in Bolivia, where President Evo Morales says children have the right, but should be protected.
Charity gives Davos elite food for thought: 82 percent of the wealth created over the past year went to the richest 1 percent of the world's population.
Almost 9% of Europeans can’t afford to heat their homes
Volunteers in cities around the world are the unsung heroes at Christmas, providing warmth and meals for the homeless and the poor
Thousands were left homeless after they were evicted from a poor neighbourhood of the Chinese capital.
A stall giving out food was submerged by crowds in the impoverished town of Sidi Boulaalam.
Helping the needy and neglected is one way of obtaining a “passport to paradise, Pope Francis has said.
Celebrating Sunday mass, the head of the
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Senior citizens in Bosnia and Herzegovina are turning to art and design to escape poverty.
Fatima Mostaine gets one thousand euros a month to pay all her family expenses.
As she has done over the past five years.
Her three kids are