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Save the Children Sweden
This edition of ’Barn’, Save the Children Sweden’s quarterly member magazine, takes on the question of poverty, particularly child poverty. According to a Save the Children Sweden report, around 220,000 Swedish children live in families that do not have sufficient, economic resources. Children in single-parent homes and children with foreign parents are the most at risk.
Finance Minister Anders Borg, author Leif GW Persson, and priest Annika Borg are interviewed and share their perspectives on the issue of child poverty in Sweden.
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