Social exclusion in European Union

Social exclusion in European Union

Social exclusion is the biggest problem in the cities in the most economically developed European countries, and to the rural areas in the rest of Europe. According to the newest Eurostat data, in Western EU Member States, the risk of poverty or social exclusion tends to be higher in cities, whereas in Eastern Member States it is usually higher in rural areas.

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