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Children around the world are being failed by their nations - here's why

“The biggest inequity that we need to confront today is the inequity (of) climate change,” Narain told journalists. Image: REUTERS/TT News Agency/Ali Lorestani

Megan Rowling

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Children in Norway, South Korea and the Netherlands had the best chance at survival. Image: The Lancet

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