Social Justice in the OECD – How Do the Member States Compare? Sustainable Governance Indicators 2011

Source: Daniel Schraad-Tischler, Bertelsmann Foundation, October 2011

The Social Justice Index compares 31 OECD states across six dimensions: poverty prevention, access to education, labor market inclusion, social cohesion/non-discrimination, health and intergenerational justice…. The United States (27), with its alarming poverty levels, lands near the bottom of the weighted index, ranking only slightly better than its neighbor Mexico (30) and new OECD member Chile (29).

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