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Inequality

Report / 17th April 2023

「IMFは一連の貧困国に公共財への支出を奨励した1ドルごとに、緊縮措置を通じてその4倍以上を削減するように指示した」とオックスファムは述べています- Common Dreamsのジェイク・ジョンソンによる。

Report / 17th April 2023

"For every $1 the IMF encouraged a set of poor countries to spend on public goods, it has told them to cut four times more through austerity measures," says Oxfam. 

Article / 6th April 2023

With a renewal of internationalism again on the agenda, we need to urgently reflect on the concept of the global commons. Do natural resources not belong to all the inhabitants of the Earth? 

News / 24th March 2023

人類は、気候変動による将来の最悪の被害を防ぐ最後のチャンスに近付きつつある、と国連の科学者のトップパネルが報告しています。

News / 21st March 2023

Humanity still has a chance, close to the last one, to prevent the worst of climate change’s future harms, a top United Nations panel of scientists report.

News / 13th March 2023

A scathing open letter from world leaders calls on governments to “never again” allow “profiteering and nationalism” to come before the needs of humanity in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Report / 3rd March 2023

The number of children without access to social protection is increasing year-on-year, leaving them at risk of poverty, hunger and discrimination, according to a new report released by the ILO and UNICEF.

Article / 22nd February 2023

Scholars and activists are developing a new political vision for managing the world economy that is reminiscent of the UN Declaration on a New International Economic Order, now 50 years old. 

Blog / 17th February 2023

There is a practical, possible alternative to the enduring injustice of global inequality: an intergovernmental tax body under the auspices of the United Nations, writes Alex Cobham.

Blog / 17th February 2023

New figures this week from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation found that 13.4m people, or one in five of the population, were left in poverty during the first year of the pandemic over 2020 to 2021.