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The coronavirus pandemic has the potential to lead to an increase in inequality in almost every country at once, the first time this has happened since records began. The virus has exposed, fed off and increased existing inequalities of wealth, gender and race. Close to two million people have...

COVID-19 has exposed the widespread failure to invest in strong and universal public health systems, putting millions of lives at risk and dramatically widening health inequalities. Oxfam analysed the World Bank’s emergency health funding to 71 countries in response to the pandemic. While its...

Vietnam has achieved great economic development over the past 30 years. However, there is growing concern over increasing inequalities in other aspects of life, in particular opportunities and voice for certain population subgroups. Meanwhile, there is still a sizeable and significant lacuna in...