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Community Paradigms 18h
Replying to @qolfabook
Pleasure though should admit that what really struck me is how & could be recognized as being intrinsically related to the We missed on the
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Meriel Rhodes 9m
Thanks It's interconnected ... honestly all 5 story starters were so good we will be continuing them all internally. SUCH a rich way for the kids to apply their learning and
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Africa & Madagascar Feb 9
"Economic Inequality is a corrosive force that undermines economic growth, puts a brake on the fight against poverty, and sparks social unrest". -
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Africa & Madagascar Feb 10
"We live in an interconnected world, in an interconnected time, and we need holistic solutions. We have a crisis of inequality, and we need climate solutions that solve that crisis" -
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Kaburu Anthony Feb 8
Job creation is the best way of sustainably dealing with poverty,particularly where the labor force is rapidly expanding.However,increasing wages is also critical to expanding domestic demand,progressively viewed by experts as a key component of sustainable growth
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IISD SDGs Feb 12
Global Dialogue/Local Innovation: Labor Regulation as a Pathway to Achieving the SDGs Guest Article by Arely Cruz-Santiago
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Global Policy Watch Feb 14
Ambassador Mero of Republic of Tanzania on the role of multilateral trade and inequality in and among countries points out no country will ever get by on hand outs. - side event on
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IUCN Feb 14
To reach global goals, we all must respect community resource rights and be inclusive and equitable in sharing benefits from those resources.
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Africa & Madagascar Feb 10
"Global growth and development that is strong, sustainable and inclusive requires the challenges of inequality to be met head on" -
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IISD SDGs Feb 12
Monthly Forecast February 2019: Coordination and Collaboration to Advance the 2030 Agenda
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Africa & Madagascar Feb 9
Today we are focusing our on - Reduced Inequalities.
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World Vision India Feb 8
Replying to @WVIndia
By denying women equal rights, we deny half the population a chance to live life at its fullest. To achieve gender equality, we all have to take action. for a better world by 2030
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Kaburu Anthony Feb 8
Income inequality is a global problem that requires global solutions.This involves improving the regulation & monitoring of financial markets & institutions,encouraging development assistance & foreign direct investment to regions where the need is greatest.
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Africa & Madagascar Feb 10
"Africa's young population could be a huge economic asset if inequality were addressed" -
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Kaburu Anthony Feb 8
Six policies to reduce economic inequality 1-Increase the minimum wage. 2-Expand the Earned Income Tax. 3-Build assets for working families. 4-Invest in education 5-Make the tax code more progressive. 6-End residential segregation
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Kaburu Anthony Feb 8
Living in an unequal society causes stress & status anxiety,which may damage our health,In more equal societies people live longer & are less likely to be mentally ill or obese & there are lower rates of infant mortality
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Alan Blanes Feb 14
, , , , , , , , , , and would all be advanced if supporters of the Sustainable Development Goals were to methodically take the necessary steps to re-green the continents.
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Global Ed (UAlberta) Feb 6
Talks in the SUB Atrium starts now, first up: Ricardo Acuna talks about Minding the Gap in Alberta in relations to to reduce inequalities.
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NUS Sustainability Feb 15
J is for JUSTICE & CRIMINOLOGY in our and it links to more than just ‘Criminology for a Just Society’ addresses environmental, social & economic injustice , , . Join the , 18-22 Feb
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Africa & Madagascar Feb 10
“Working for a just distribution of the fruits of the earth and human labor is not mere philanthropy. It is a moral obligation. For Christians, the responsibility is even greater: it is a commandment.” -
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