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The SGI project has released a new study on Social Justice in the OECD. The report offers a comparative assessment of 31 OECD countries with regard to six key dimensions: poverty prevention, equitable access to education, labor market inclusiveness, social cohesion and non-discrimination, health as well as intergenerational justice.”

A very timely and valuable report issued by the German Bertelsmann Foundation indicating that “discrepancies in poverty prevention and fair access to education within the OECD are significant. Northern European countries like Sweden, Norway and Finland perform best in promoting equal opportunities, many European and Anglo-Saxon welfare states are falling behind. The United States, Greece, Chile, Mexico and Turkey are the worst performers.”

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