No mobile means poverty, say children

Link: No mobile means poverty, say children | Technology | The Guardian

Almost half of children in some parts of Britain think that not having a mobile phone means a child is poor, according to a poll commissioned by Dare to Care, a new volunteering campaign aimed at tackling child poverty. Not being able to afford to go on a school trip is the next most telling indicator of poverty for 44% of children across Britain, and a similar proportion think that not having the correct school uniform makes you poor

That’s shocking – really shocking! The article is quite lengthy, but worth a read.

(Thanks to Natasha for the tip)

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