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Prime Minister of India: BRICS must focus on the human rights of women

BRICS must focus on the human rights of womenUfa, Russia: BRICS members must focus their attention on developing the human rights of women, the Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi said in a meeting of BRICS leaders, reports RIA News.[1]

BRICS countries must develop women’s rights and opportunities in BRICS and all developing countries, said Mr. Modi.

BRICS is made up of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.

 

 

 

UN achieved reduction of poverty and inequality in the world

According to UN data 32% of Ukrainians are living below the poverty line in 2015In Russia and Ukraine there is increasing child poverty. According to UN data 32% of Ukrainians are living below the poverty line in 2015. According to official statistics the percentage of poverty-stricken Russians raised from 13.8 to 15.9 reports “Novaya Gazeta” referring to the report by the General Secretary of the UN Ban Ki-Moon entitled “The Millennium Development Goals Report 2015”[2].

Expert from the Higher School of Economics Lilia Ovcharova says that the most worrying tendency is the rising poverty levels of children. The risk of poverty among children is higher than that for adults. According to Rosstat (the Russian statistic Service) in the first quarter of 2015 there were 16% of Russians living below the poverty line, but 24% of Russian children.

 
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