The injustices of poverty

A Peacemaking Project by Arrey T.

What is the injustice we are solving?

My research will help people to realize that despite the unfair circumstances poverty brings along, we can elevate our selves and remedy the outcomes


Romina Y.
14 June 2018 15:23
I believe one way to eradicate poverty worldwide would be to implement Universal Basic Income (UBI) globally.
UBI is a form of social security where the government provides every citizen with monthly cash payments, no strings attached, completely unconditionally, to cover the basic expenses. UBIshould be between $2,000 and $3,000 per month enough money to keep every citizen in the US above the poverty line.
The concept is actually known you. In 1795, Thomas Paine, one of America's founding fathers wrote about the need for basic income and his pamphlet Agrarian Justice.
It has been experimented in several countries and even in the US and Canada since then, however, more experiments need to be done and for longer periods of time.

Hopefully this is something that can help or at least open your mind to research about it as 1 possible solution to eliminate poverty in the world.

Much luck,
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Agnes Joy S.
1 October 2019 5:23
It is cool to provide social security to citizens to elevate every one above poverty line, but don't you think it will encourage laziness and idleness. If the government is giving every citizens $2000 monthly, there would be need to get a job or even go to school.

The best way i think this can work is for Government to benchmark stages of achievement every citizen to attain before he/she could access such cash. Government can save the cash while your parent place a role in training you to achieve a certain management milestone or qualification.
Poverty of the mind is worse than financial poverty.
God bless you.
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Joramu M.
2 June 2018 2:20
Legal assistance shoul be provided to those poor people so that they can attain their justice in the society. Somtimes they dont say anything because they believe they cant get their justice from rich people. So lawyers and advocates should provide free legal assistance to them as a means to abolish discrimination.
George K.
14 May 2018 22:38
As a past homeless family we understand what is going on in the lives of poverty stricken people. Thank you for taking the time to understand and give a way to elevate themselves to get through the times I’ve hopelessness. Continue to be the light that others can see and follow. Thanks.
Adrian B.
5 April 2018 15:35
Hi Arrey,

We wanted to let you know that we are extending the deadline for active projects to apply for a Mini-Grant during this Peace First Challenge to April 15th. You can apply for a mini-grant anytime, but meeting the Challenge deadlines will make you eligible for additional opportunities.

If you do not require a mini-grant to complete your project, you can remain eligible by completing your project and Reflection before the May 31st deadline! If you submit your project plan by April 15th, we'll be sure to provide you with feedback by April 21st to support you with carrying out the plan.

If you are still in early stages of planning, you are also welcome to apply for a mini-grant at a later date -- although you may not be eligible for some of our larger opportunities, the opportunity for funding and support is always there.

Please let me know if you have any questions, and if we can help in any way!

Chisom O.
30 March 2018 20:17
Nice work here. Overtime, I have realized that most people face injustice and don't speak ,they think because they are poor,nobody will hear them out. They prefer to live in the unfair circumstances that poverty have put them instead of speaking out.. This kind of project will definitely help people to understand that no matter the level of poverty, there is a remedy to its unfair conditions.. Nice work.
RaulPF C.
6 March 2018 8:42
Hi Arrey,
Thanks so much for sharing your project. Getting started is sometimes the hardest step when moving to address injustices that you want to solve in your community. What you have shared already shows me that you have a good understanding of what you want to work on and how you want to address the injustice you have identified. I'd love to learn more. We are here to help!
I look forward to hearing more.
Jeremiah A.
22 February 2019 14:58
I LOVE THIS PROJECT! How are things going with it?