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Dr Liz Allen 9m
Looking forward to presenting today at the Department of Social Services.
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Nuffield Foundation Jul 16
What happened to economic in the UK in the two decades from 1995-2016? It's more complex than you might think... New Nuffield-funded report from and John Hills of >
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melgenius_photography 48m
WOMEN OPPRESSION:- In majority of African societies women are regarded as weak humans that cannot take part in some crucial decisions i.e national, regional or family. Majority of adult women claim to have faced prolonged brutality from men or their husbands, spouses
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Mike Barry Jul 21
.⁦⁩ spot on, CEOs need to step forward personally, boldly and collectively to transform their sectors in face of and growing
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ANGELA Jul 21
White ppl its easy for u to tell us “That was in the past” “Get over it” “Stop complaining” “Let it go” “Your people have it so good now” when u will NEVER experience r understand what it is to b Black esp here n AmeriKKKa
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The Peoples Hub Jul 19
"I would rather be a rebel than a slave."
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JourneyOne 6h
Given that 71% of the world's carbon emissions are created by a mere 100 companies, believes that a commitment to and from a just a few of the right CEOs can start a chain reaction with serious impact.
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Human Development 8h
2019 shows that rural areas are still poorer than urban areas & children are poorer than adults, but poverty declined faster among the poorest 40% in the 10 countries studied, a pro-poor pattern that reduces .
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Oxfam Ireland 12h
Tax dodging by corporations and the rich is costing poor countries $170 billion a year, fuelling inequality & poverty. Join the fight against poverty and and RT to demand that multinationals pay their fair share of tax!
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Purple Roan Project Jul 19
🍀Using creativity to shed light on mental health and inequality. 🍀Giving people a voice and hope through their struggles. 🍀Sharing stories of people making a positive impact. 🖋️ Written by Aarti Chouhan ➡️@purpleroanproject on instagram
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UNDP Sweden Jul 22
5 FACTS about Men own 50% more of the world's wealth💰 than women & control 86% of corporations🏣 while women hold 24% of national political seats. Where women do lead is in the amount of unpaid work they do🍜👶🧹- 2.6 times more.⚠️
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Burdekin Association Jul 19
“Our cities are undergoing a major structural change that is widening and it’s having a spatial effect."
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Jussi Pekka 4h
Replying to @GOP @realDonaldTrump
In the US the top1% has earned more than the lowest half of all Americans since 1995. And in the accumulated wealth the is even more putrid, 0,1% of Americans has more wealth than the ”bottom 90%”. The World Wealth and Income Database
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Tony Roberts 15h
Replying to @phat_controller
Use of , artificial intelligence and automated decision-making have repeatedly been shown to existing patterns of along lines of gender, ethnicity and class.
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Andrew Leigh 23h
A CUB-Asahi merger would give it a market share over 50%. Beer is yet another industry dominated by a few big firms (full video here: )
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Katherine Trebeck Jul 21
Sorry for the slanty pic, but have a look & let this graph sink in.... From by &
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Nicholas Jul 20
High levels of income in Greece, Spain, Italy and Portugal.
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LSE Jul 20
"For too long we have taken a narrow approach to assessing inequality and this has limited our understanding and our ability to tackle inequality.” launches a new method of measuring .
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UNCTAD Jul 19
is a choice. Effective tax and redistribution policies can reduce inequality. Read our deputy Secretary-General, 's analysis of the policy choices ahead to manage income inequality >>
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UNCTAD Jul 19
What are the pains & gains that trade offers in the modern world, underpinned by globalization? What can be done? Our deputy Secretary-General outlines policy choices to manage income & build inclusiveness, at the high-level segment today.
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