Despite a high and growing global average income billions of human beings are still condemned to life long severe poverty with all its attendant evils of low life expectancy social exclusion ill health illiteracy dependency and effective enslavement. World poverty and human rights cosmopolitan responsibilities and reforms is a 2002 book by thomas pogge in the book pogge explains that the poorest 44 percent of humankind have 13 percent of global income and their purchasing power per person per day is less than that of 215 in the us in 1993 826 million of them do not have enough to eat 1. World poverty and human rights 2nd edition wiley some 25 billion human beings live in severe poverty deprived of such essentials as adequate nutrition safe drinking water basic sanitation adequate shelter literacy and basic health care. World poverty and human rights full text this 2005 ethics international affairs journal article is one of our most popular resources raising moral questions about poverty and wealth distribution that still remain unanswered despite a high and growing global average income billions of human beings are still condemned to lifelong severe
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