‘Privacy Is Becoming a Luxury’: What Data Leaks Are Like for the Poor
"I felt like my identity or whatever didn't matter to them."
How the Drug War Eats the Poor
According to a new report by the NGO Health Poverty Action, prohibition drives poverty and criminality in places like Brazil and India.
These Public Pantries Aim To Decolonise Food Access in New Zealand
Known as pātaka, they tap into a centuries-old Māori system for sharing food within a community.
Growing Up Poor in New Zealand Taught Me How to Budget
My childhood experience with poverty may have ruined my credit, but it also gave me the power to survive my past.
Police, Soldiers Attack Papua New Guinea Parliament Over Unpaid Bonuses
The attack resulted in broken windows, assaulted security forces and damaged property
Most Money Advice Is Worthless When You’re Poor
Savings tips are classist garbage and belong in the trash.
The Story Behind a Viral Video of Anti-Homeless Vigilantism
"Jogger Joe" isn't the only one mistreating homeless people in the Bay Area.
When Working in Disney World Means Being Stuck Living in a Cheap Motel
As unionized workers in Florida haggle with Disney in hopes of a wage increase, some of them are living precarious economic existences.
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News of Zealand: More Kiwis Claiming Food Parcels
Plus Māori prison decision delayed again, and UN shocked at our human rights record.
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News of Zealand: More Poor Families Needing Food Grants
Plus bike lane controversies, and the Prime Minister in the Pacific.
What It's Like to Rebound as a Young, Homeless Mother
With affordable housing facing a crunch under Trump, it's harder than ever for young families to cope. Still, some find the support they need.
Inside China's MMA Club for Poor and Orphaned Boys
Enbo MMA Club has trained hundreds of children from impoverished Tibetan communities, giving kids like Banma Duoji—a rising professional competitor—a chance to thrive.