- d/ Affordable and Clean Energy
- d/ Clean Water and Sanitation
- d/ Climate Action
- d/ Decent Work and Economic Growth
- d/ Gender Equality
- d/ Good Health and Well-being
- d/ Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
- d/ Life Below Water
- d/ Life on Land
- d/ No Poverty
- d/ Partnerships to achieve the Goal
- d/ Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
- d/ Quality Education
- d/ Reduced Inequality
- d/ Responsible Consumption and Production
- d/ Sustainable Cities and Communities
- d/ Zero Hunger
English version: https://www.channel4.com/news/arrested-bangladesh-nobel-prize-winners-daughter-says-her-father-is-innocent-and-being-persecuted
Stand together as one.
It's been amazing how many have expressed solidarity with Prof Yunus post the unjust verdict.
Do you have a dream as well?
What do you imagine today?
Prof. Yunus is a great man! I am sad about his current situation in Bangladesh, but he stays with us as inspiration. SENStation officially started from the conference with Prof. Yunus.
Reduced inequality is a crucial goal for a fair and just society. It is essential to bridge the gap between the rich and the poor to ensure equal opportunities for all. According to recent statistics, the top 1% of the global population owns over 50% of the world's wealth, while the bottom 50% owns just 1%. This level of inequality is unsustainable and detrimental to social cohesion.
Furthermore, gender inequality remains a pressing issue globally. Women earn approximately 23% less than men, and they hold only 24% of parliamentary seats worldwide. This disparity hinders progress and economic growth.
Addressing these inequalities requires targeted efforts. Policies that promote income redistribution, access to quality education, and healthcare can help reduce inequality. Additionally, promoting gender equality through initiatives such as equal pay and increased representation can create a more inclusive and equitable society.