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Inequality

Blog / 3rd January 2023

Unless austerity is reversed, people in developing countries will lose social protections and public services just when they are most needed. And it doesn't have to be this way, write Isabel Ortiz and Matthew Cummins for Project Syndicate.

Report / 29th December 2022

分かち合いの経済が利益や競争的な利己主義の追求によって特徴づけられる古いやり方の終焉を象徴する一方で、非常に多くの金融資本と利用可能な資源を持つ世界における飢餓を根絶することによってのみ、政府間の分かち合いと協力の新しい時代が幕開けることが可能となるのです。

Blog / 21st December 2022

A lack of financial resources was a major sticking point at the talks, as well as vague commitments on reducing consumption and production. Report by Catherine Early for The Ecologist.

Blog / 16th December 2022

2021年末時点で世界の低所得国と中所得国の対外債務は総額9兆ドルに達し、10年前の2倍以上となりました。このような債務は2023年にさらに1兆1,000億米ドル増加すると予想されています。

Blog / 16th December 2022

Pandemics, wars and recessions do not exempt states from human-rights commitments. They must tax multinationals and the richest more to protect the most vulnerable, writes Magdalena Sepúlveda for Social Europe.

Blog / 16th December 2022

The external debt of the world’s low and middle-income countries at the end of 2021 totalled 9 trillion US dollars, more than double the amount a decade ago. Such debt is expected to increase by an additional 1.1 trillion US dollars in 2023.

Article / 9th December 2022

At this time of year, it is easy to forget the reality of the critical world situation as we partake in frantic overconsumption and festivities. But what is the real meaning of Christmas in the midst of environmental destruction, growing levels of poverty and escalating global tensions?

Article / 7th December 2022

一年のこの時期、私たちは凄まじい過剰消費とクリスマスの祝祭に皆で没頭すると同時に、危機的な世界情勢の現実を忘れがちです。しかし、環境破壊、貧困レベルの増大、世界的な緊張の高まりの中で、クリスマスの本当の意味とは何でしょうか?

Blog / 6th December 2022

The UN General Assembly has adopted by unanimous consensus a resolution that mandates the UN to set course for a global tax leadership role.

Article / 2nd December 2022

Richer countries haven't met their $100 billion promise to help poorer countries move beyond fossil fuels. Where's the money going to come from?