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Dr Wanda Wyporska Nov 16
Agree with on foodbanks...“I was struck by how much their mobilisation resembled the sort of activity you might expect for a natural disaster or health epidemic.” UK 2018
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UNCTAD 52m
- A global system that leaves top 1% as rich as bottom 56% must be reformed. While some countries and socio-economic groups have reaped gains from in a globalized world, billions of others have been marginalized or excluded.
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OECD ➡️ Better policies for better lives 14h
Across 28 OECD countries, the wealthiest 10% hold an avg 52% of total household wealth💰, while the bottom 60% own little over 12%. How can we reduce inequalities? ➡️ More on wealth & ➡️
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World Economic Forum 13h
You're more likely to achieve the American dream if you live in
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Marc Finaud 39m
Words of wisdom spoken .⁦⁩ by Dr ⁦⁩ on and
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cocklewoman 1h
There are brave women all over the UK being let down daily due to read the UN report
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Pratima Swain 2h
The Teachers though doing equal work as the yet they are not receiving equal payment like that of their government counterparts end this and make for all teachers
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Gianluca Zucchelli 41m
thank you Shadow Health Minister for supporting campaign at today. You met trainers and committed to do more to make history.
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ZoltarWarriorPrincess Nov 18
Fun fact: Only around 2% of Fortune 500 CEOs are women.
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Hannah Kuntz Nov 16
English high school bans expensive brand of winter coats in proofing initiative; this and other initiatives, such as free sanitary products, have led to improved attendance & tackling bullying associated with :
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OECD ➡️ Better policies for better lives Nov 16
📊 in household is high in some OECD countries. Compare the wealth distribution in your country ⤵️
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Allison Corkery Nov 16
Are Relevant to Economic ? New blog from my colleagues and reflects on this qn through the lens of , arguing rights are a bulwark against market fundamentalism driving public policy design
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Men's Health 1h
what hope for change is there when the government thinks it's only because we smoke and eat too much
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