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We live in a world where inequality is not only accepted to a large extent but is also normalized. It is appalling to see how very few who have managed to break the prism of inequality and moved on to better and bigger things are themselves interested in a world with reduced inequalities. Not until 2015, with the formulation of sustainable development goals (SDGs) did the conversation around inequalities and reduced inequalities gained importance.
There are good numbers of case studies that prove that inequality in wealth directly translates into unequal access to health facilities, education, opportunities of socio-economic growth. If we look at the larger picture, these inequalities translate into a huge gap between the rich and the poor countries. It is for this very reason that the United Nations has made reduced inequalities as one of its 2030 goals.
Here are 3 reasons why reduced inequalities are crucial and should turn into a common goal for all of us:
The goal of reduced inequalities include:
The first step to attaining SDG 10 is to work towards building a robust financial system that provides equal access to financial services. Progressive tax regimes backed with systems that avoid tax evasions will go a long way in providing equal opportunities for economic growth. One needs to get creative and innovate on building business models wherein financial advisers work constantly with small and mid-sized businesses. Most developing countries that have higher rates of inequality lack a legal support system for entrepreneurs. Addressing this issue will contribute in a big way in building a more equal world.
Designing policies which make access to amenities like quality education, basic healthcare facilities as a basic human right, will also contribute to meet the SDG 10.
The truth is building a world with reduced inequalities is a daunting though not impossible job. What is needed is a resolve to move forward and contribute in our individual capacities as well – only then will the changes made by policymakers show tangible results.
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