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Inequality

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.

Report / 2nd February 2023

イングランドおよびウェールズの市民社会全体から70以上の組織が、英国の人権記録に関する国連への新しい報告書の証拠を提出した、とEach Otherにエマ・ガイ氏は書いています。

Report / 1st February 2023

A new report concludes that human rights in the UK – including everyday rights such as to food, housing, social security, work, trade unions, health and education – are in a state of crisis.

Report / 16th January 2023

The richest 1 percent grabbed nearly two-thirds of all new wealth worth $42 trillion created since 2020, almost twice as much money as the bottom 99 percent of the world’s population, reveals a new Oxfam report today.

News / 12th January 2023

Five million children worldwide died before their fifth birthday in 2021, with almost half (47%) dying during their first month, according to new UN figures.

Blog / 4th January 2023

緊縮財政が撤廃されない限り、開発途上国の人々は、最も必要なときに、社会的保護と公共サービスを失うことになります。しかし、そうである必要はないのです。Project Syndicateにイザベル·オルティツ氏とマシュー·カミンズ氏は書いています。