|Color Coding Key|
|GREEN||Ranked 1st for statistic|
|RED||Ranked last for statistic|
Social Justice of OECD member states
|Poverty prevention||Access to education||Labor market inclusion||Social cohesion and non-discrimination||Health||Intergenerational justice||Overall|
"Social Justice in the OECD: How Do the Member States Compare?" Index based on the following measures:
Individuals living on less than half of national median income; child poverty a bigger concern among the states surveyed.
Access to education
PISA scores (see Education K-12), equal opportunity, and achievement of lower socioeconomic class.
Labor market inclusion
Employment rates; Discrimination concerning age, gender, ethnic origin
Social cohesion and non-discrimination.
Income distribution; discrimination and social exclusion; migrant integration.
Healthy living conditions regardless of socioeconomic context; inclusion and quality of health services provided
The balance of social burdens among age groups as well as security for future generations; family and pension policies, environmental policies, fiscal policies.
Weight for determining overall scores is as follows:
-Access to education
-Labor market inclusion
-Social cohesion and non-discrimination