Greece most socially unjust country in EU, study finds

Society
Photo by Harry van Versendaal
Photo by Harry van Versendaal

Greece remains the most socially unjust country in the European Union, mainly because of the ravages of the crisis, according to a recent study by the Bertelsmann Foundation.

In its Social Inclusion Monitor Europe (SIM) report for 2015, the foundation ranked Greece 28th out of 28 countries based on scores in six categories: poverty prevention, equitable education, labour market access, social cohesion and non-discrimination,...

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