Five global inequalities highlighted by COVID-19

Over the past months, the rapid spread of COVID-19 has highlighted various inequalities still impacting global communities. Here are the five. The World Economic Forum is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. The Forum engages the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. We believe that progress happens by bringing…

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Global Inequalities and Economic Inequalities in India – Equality | Class 11 Political Science

Get Notes Here:- https://www.pabbly.com/out/magnet-brains Get All Subjects playlists:- https://www.pabbly.com/out/all-videos-playlist Class: 11th Subject: Political Science Chapter: Equality Topic Name: Global Inequalities and Economic Inequalities in India (3.3) Points covered in this video:- Connect with us: Subscribe to us on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/MagnetBrainsEducation?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/groups/MagnetBrains/ Check out complete courses:https://www.magnetbrains.com/course/class-11-political-science/ Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/magnetbrains/

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SOLVE GLOBAL INEQUALITY | SOCIAL INEQUALITY

A crazy weird solution to GLOBAL poverty. Did you know that 8 richest people on Earth have same amount of money as the poorest 50 percent of this world. A similar gap exists between the Rich and the Poor countries. This video holds a different perspective of imaginative solution to the problem. The problem of this world essentially lies…

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Jason Hickel | The Divide: A Brief Guide to Global Inequality and Its Solutions | Talks at Google

Economic anthropologist Jason Hickel discusses his book “The Divide: A Brief Guide to Global Inequality and its Solutions”. Jason proposes dramatic action is needed to combat global inequality rooted in real justice. Only then will we have a chance at a world where all begin on more equal footing. More than four billion people—some 60% of humanity—live in poverty,…

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The ‘Geopolitics of Global Inequality’ – Prof Mike Savage, LSE (2019)

The world’s leading global powers are seeing the biggest increases in economic inequality, according to one of the world’s foremost theorists of inequality. Professor Mike Savage, director of the International Inequalities Institute at the London School of Economics, warns rising contemporary inequality is related to the geo-politics of nationalism and imperial power. Speaking on the 30th anniversary of the…

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The end of global inequality?

Africa has long been regarded as the lost continent. However, in the past decade, Sub-Saharan Africa has become the fastest growing region of the world. How should we interpret that growth? Will it last? And will the region be able to outgrow its political fragility? Ewout Frankema, economic historian, studies the history and nature of global inequality, with a…

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Nobel Laureate Sir Angus Deaton – Inequality and the future of capitalism (keynote)

Nobel laureate Sir Angus Deaton believes that today’s inequalities are signs that democratic capitalism is under threat, not only in the US, where the storm clouds are darkest, but in much of the rich world, where one or more of politics, economics, and health are changing in worrisome ways. “But we need to think about repairs for democratic capitalism,…

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