Why is poverty an issue

Child poverty - once poor, always poor

Child poverty - once poor, always poor

Poverty (f., Singular only) - the state of being poor; the fact that someone has no money

Study, -n (f.) - a scientific study on a specific topic

free yourself - here: escaping from a negative situation without help

Foundation, -en (f.) - an organization that finances and supports something with its money

to evaluate something - analyze and judge something

Researcher - a scientist trying to find out something about a certain topic

Dates (always in the plural) - here: the measured values ​​(e.g. during an examination)

permanent - for a long time; always

Net income, - (n.) - the salary after taxes have been paid

concern someone - apply to someone

qualified - here: well educated at school or professionally

Hartz IV (pronounced: Hartz four) (singular only, n.) - a term for the money that people get from the state who have been unemployed for a longer period of time

have to do without something - here: not being able to do or use something

Activity, -en (f.) - here: the fact that you do something in your free time; the hobby

can afford something - have enough money to buy something

to affect something - Have consequences

Inheritance (f.) - the fact that something is passed on to the children

Generation, -en (f.) - here: the chronological sequence of descendants and ancestors of a family, e.g. B. Grandparents, Parents and Children

intensive - here: very strong

Requirement, -e (m., Mostly in the singular) - something that you need

Performance, -en (f.) - here: the money