Inequality is the cross-cutting theme to all problems we need to solve: Be it the climate crisis or the division of society – you cannot fully understand the issues without thinking about inequalities. The United Nations have therefore formulated the reduction of inequalities as an independent sustainability goal of the 2030 Agenda, No. 10: Inequality should be reduced within and between countries – “Leave no one behind!”

What are the Sustainable Development Goals, also known as SDGs? If you want more information about the SDGs, you find it here: 17 SDGs.

Different forms of Inequality

Because there is not “the one” inequality, it makes sense to take a closer look at the various forms. The distinction also helps to understand that different forms of inequality are intertwined and reinforce each other. The pandemic has not affected everyone equally, but mainly those on lower incomes, people with poorer access to education, and BIPoC. If you are interested in a specific category, simply click on the category under the title of the post – and you will be taken to the topic and all posts related to it. Or simply choose one of the following topics and categories:
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