Fecha de publicación: 15.11.2017
Spain’s overall performance on the SJI has worsened since our first edition in 2008; it remains among the most poorly functioning countries with regard to social justice. With a score of 4.96 it ranks 24th in the 28-member state EU. Indeed, Spain places among the bottom ten in four of the six dimensions of social justice used in our index, and among the bottom five in terms of equitable education and labor market access. On our subindex focusing on children and youth, the country ranks 24th with a score of 4.92.