2 of the bills in her package would keep the government from denying welfare benefits based on someone's criminal history or their immigration status.
The government says you're not "poor" if you can afford to spend more than $0.76.
A growing body of research shows that poverty can impair a person’s cognitive functioning
The Australian Council of Social Service has released their latest snapshot on poverty, finding numbers have remained the same despite by a decade of economic growth.
The percentage of people living below the poverty line hit single digits for the first time in history, but the milestone isn’t necessarily cause for celebration.
Staff members at Manchester Central Food Bank have noticed a developing trend of students feeding students with food donated by students.