Accessibility Tools

This goal attempts to reduce the differences in income and opportunities between and within countries, reduce poverty in the most disadvantaged areas, promote the social, economic and political inclusion of all, promote policies at the international level to improve regulation and control of markets and financial institutions, and facilitation of mitigation and safe and responsible mobility of migrants. “No one should be left behind” has to become more than a simple slogan on social media. Leaving nobody behind means education, health and welfare, and equal peer opportunities for everyone.

Companies should offer decent working conditions for all their employees, especially for disadvantaged groups. This can be done by fair redistribution of salaries among their employees and by applying effective mechanisms to combat tax evasion.

In order to educate the teachers about inequality issues, educators need to enhance their knowledge about the dimension of inequality and daily life in different parts of the world. It’s also necessary to raise awareness about inequalities to make the students empathise with the discriminated people. The objective in education is to enable the student to evaluate inequalities, recognise their causes, and understand the steps everyone needs to do to reduce them.

Action Area

  • Assertive communication

    Assertive communication

    This area refers to all behaviours aimed at developing empathy for manifestations of inequality in students. These inequalities can be manifested against people with fewer opportunities living in our country or people coming from other countries in search of a better and safer life. The first step for empathy is to be able to listen and recognise the state of necessity of other people.
  • Conscious consumption

    Conscious consumption

    This area refers to the capacity to adopt concrete daily behaviours to attempt to minimise the differences between countries, for example by choosing an ethical way of consumption and shopping. This area refers to direct consumption, international solidarity goals, and a fair supply chain. It connects an enhanced environmental defensive approach to our consumption habits such as choosing products which cause less pollution and which are more environmentally friendly.
  • Solidarity action

    Solidarity action

    This area is related to the capacity of people to promote solidarity actions and support solidarity organisations. It covers the concrete help and support that young people can offer. This support can consist of monetary donations or voluntary work at a local level, fundraising actions or dissemination campaigns about projects and issues related to hunger or poverty around the world. The dissemination actions can also be oriented on adopting new and healthy lifestyles which respect human rights in the Global South and which are related to fairways of consumption. Solidarity action should be also related to supporting disadvantaged youngsters and minorities in your country.
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