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Vânia Rocha 3h
New paper out from , , , A Systematic review and meta-analysis on socioeconomic circumstances and respiratory function from childhood to early adulthood.
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Savio 6h
Refurbishing Prince Harry and wife Meghan's home cost 2.4 million...when the country reels under austerity, homelessness, child poverty and crumbling social services
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Whitehill Mods 6h
A social mobility charity says top professions in the UK are still unduly dominated by people who have gone through private schools and Oxford and Cambridge universities.
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Whitehill Mods 6h
Harry and Meghan's taxpayer-funded renovations cost £2.4m.
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Savio 6h
Privately educated people still dominate positions of power in a ‘divided Britain’.
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ECA 3h
govts need to do more to fight the scourge of that continues to blight devpment efforts on continent. Corrupt acts & practices weaken good governance; leakages & bottlenecks they create increase , discrimination & injustice. ECA's
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CathD 5h
Poverty damages lives and our society. And it is within our gift to tackle it
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Whitehill Mods 4h
Buckingham Palace says the monarchy cost British taxpayers 67 million pounds ($85.2 million) during 2018-19, a 41% increase on the previous financial year.
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Richmond Fed Research 19h
Laura Ullrich, regional economist at the Richmond Fed's Charlotte branch, discusses in wages, income and wealth in this month's Regional View podcast
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World Inequality Lab | WID.world 23h
For Trade and Development Board, co-director of the will be debating "Trade policies and their impact on ”, with & Avinash Persaud for future generations. ☀️ |
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Helen Lowey 13h
Infant mortality rates fallen for third year running
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Manira Ahmad 16h
Hello - my father has been telling me a lot about you, would be great to connect & explore potential for collaborations across our areas.... Speak soon Manira
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B!RTH Jun 24
It's interesting to see the various racial mentioned in this birth rate update including differing rates of prenatal care and preterm birth rates.
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James Muraguri Jun 22
“Today 262 million children will not be allowed to go to school. In kenya, a poor girl has a one in 250 chances, of continuing her studies beyond secondary school” ⁩ ⁦
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adriana castagnoli Jun 23
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SUPHI_KCL 21h
Evidence from 6 high-quality longitudinal studies shows that low perceived control in one's living environment may play an important role in the pathways leading from low social position to poorer &
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@U_Inequalities 19h
Did you know our colleagues & Prof Jon Bannister have developed a new Akmedoids package to measure long-term in the exposure to ? Find out more at the website -
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James Muraguri Jun 22
Politicians don’t agree on principles and values, they agree on objectives and deliverables
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tree Jun 19
Every (when slavery "ended" in the ), I meditate on the brutal lives of enslaved black children and how black youth today still endure , , high rates of & systems that demonize instead of uplift them.
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Dorcas Gwata Jun 23
Suicides amongst the poor largely go unnoticed, Arundhti Roy writes about this
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