Goal 10: Reduced inequalities
Reducing inequalities and ensuring no one is left behind are integral to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Inequality within and among countries is a persistent cause for concern.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic appear to be reversing any positive trends of narrowing income inequality. The pandemic has also intensified structural and systemic discrimination. Emerging markets and developing economies are experiencing slow recoveries, widening disparities in income between countries. The number of refugees and migrant deaths worldwide reached the highest absolute number on record in 2021.
Meanwhile, the war in Ukraine rages on, forcing even more people from their homes and creating one of the largest refugee crises in recent memory.
- A festive event was organized for the Pharisees of families in need of social protection
- Supporting students with disabilities
- Anti-discrimination policies
- The Public Council
- Support for underrepresented groups
- Non-discriminatory admissions policy
- Access to university underrepresented groups recruit
- Access to university track underrepresented groups applications Measure and track applications and admissions
- Disability support services
- Accessible facilities Provide accessible facilities for people with disabilities