Inequality Data

Does the Idea of Choice Reinforce Inequality?


12-02-2016

By Will Lasky ECSN BRICSAM Program Officer For Richer…or Poorer? The Capture of Growth and Politics in Emerging Economies, presents
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An Economy of the 1%: New Oxfam Briefing Paper


20-01-2016

In coffee shop talk, a false duality crops between capitalism and socialism. It’s capitalism, man! Well, maybe it is. But to be
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News
12.02.2016
Does the Idea of Choice Reinforce Inequality?

By Will Lasky ECSN BRICSAM Program Officer For Richer…or Poorer? The Capture of Growth and Politics in Emerging Economies, presents
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20.01.2016
An Economy of the 1%: New Oxfam Briefing Paper

In coffee shop talk, a false duality crops between capitalism and socialism. It’s capitalism, man! Well, maybe it is. But to be
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05.10.2015
Income inequalities in emerging economies can exacerbate inequalities between men and women

Blog by Daria Ukhova, Ph.D student, Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences and Inequality policy consultant for Oxfam GB  Originally posted
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28.09.2015
Statement by Jin Liqun at a Press Conference in Tbilisi

It is my great honor and privilege to be selected as the President-designate of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).
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25.09.2015
WTO negotiations are central to discussions of agriculture in the global south

In this short video presentation, Adhemar Mineiro from REBRIP outlines why WTO negotiations can have a huge impact on agriculture
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21.09.2015
For Richer… or Poorer? The Capture of Growth and Politics in Emerging Economies

The emerging economies Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Russia, South Africa and Turkey – in short, the BRICSAMIT – have come
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07.08.2015
Civil Society Responds to Disappointing Results of 3rd UN Conference on Financing for Development

Guest Blog Spot by Nikmah (INFID) Background The 3rd United Nations (UN) Conference on Financing for Development held in Addis
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03.08.2015
Tax body blow in Addis weakens developing nations

Article by Marianne Buenaventura Goldman, Governance Advisor at Oxfam in South Africa Originally posted at http://mg.co.za/article/2015-07-30-tax-body-blow-in-addis-weakens-developing-nations Tax, more than ever before,
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17.07.2015
Social Movements Help The United Nations Human Rights Council To Stay The Course On Creating A Binding Treaty For Transnational Corporations

This article was originally posted at: http://www.stopcorporateimpunity.org/?p=6853 July 10, 2015, Geneva – Dozens of organizations and social movements mobilized this week
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16.07.2015
Financing for Development outcome rejects a key tax justice measure for ending poverty and inequality

This article was originally posted at:   http://www.globaltaxjustice.org On 15 July 2015, at a summit of world government representatives in Addis
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14.07.2015
International Seminar on Fiscal Justice, organized by REBRIP

On 25 and 26 June 2015, REBRIP convened a seminar in Sao Paulo on Fiscal Justice. Both INFID (International NGO Forum on
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Research and Analysis

Income inequality in Portugal and in Europe: the impact of austerity?


28-07-2014

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In the European countries affected by austerity measures and structural adjustment programmes (Portugal, Greece, Ireland and Spain), data shows a
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