Rich countries letting poorest children fall, says new report

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A landmark Innocenti report finds that children in many wealthy nations suffer greater inequality than children in other wealthy countries.

As debates rage on austerity measures and social spending cuts, Report Card 9: The Children Left Behind focuses on the hundreds of thousands of children who risk being left behind in the world's richest countries.

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