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E.g., 03/21/2023
E.g., 03/21/2023
This report focuses on how taxing the rich is vital to addressing this unprecedented ‘polycrisis’ and skyrocketing inequality. It shows how taxing the rich can set us clearly on the path to a more equal, sustainable world free of poverty.
The Commitment to Reducing Inequality (CRI) is a ranking of 161 governments worldwide on the extent to which they are taking steps to reduce inequality.
The study findings help illustrate that climate change and natural disasters have aggravated multidimensional inequality.
As billionaires gather in Davos, Switzerland, in person for the first time in over two years, they have a lot to celebrate. During the COVID-19 pandemic their mountain of wealth has reached unprecedented and dizzying heights. The pandemic – full of sorrow and disruption for most of humanity – has...
In 2006, the Gender Equality Law (GEL) was passed by the 11th National Assembly. This marked a significant advancement in exercising Gender Equality (GE) in Viet Nam. After almost 15 years of implementation, Viet Nam has secured important achievements in terms of GE, making meaningful contributions...
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