Where is the world’s most dangerous country for young people ? | Inequality | The Guardian
The widening gap in youth mortality between the developed and developing world is down to traffic accidents, violence and disease, a new analysis shows (…)
Les 10 premiers pays cités sont au cœur de l’#Afrique, merci la colonisation…
par ailleurs les #États-Unis sont en très mauvaise position :
The analysis finds that young people in the United States are six times as likely to be murdered as their British counterparts. They are also more than three times as likely to be killed in a car crash, and twice as likely to commit suicide or overdose on drugs. Self-harm is the most common cause of death for young people in the UK.
Liberal drug policies in the Netherlands may be responsible for a rate of drug-related deaths almost exactly ten times lower than in the US.