SARA E DAVIES AND JACQUI TRUE | Over twenty years ago, UN Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) on Women, Peace and Security… Read More
SDG10 Reduced inequalities
Inequality poses a threat to sustained social and economic progress, hampers poverty reduction, and erodes people’s well-being. To address both within-country and between-country disparities, it’s essential to ensure fair resource distribution, invest in education and skill development, implement social safety nets, combat discrimination, support marginalised groups, and promote international cooperation for equitable trade and financial systems.
Griffith University is aligned with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and committed to tackling global challenges around reduced inequalities. Below are some of our outputs supporting this goal.
KAREENA DHILLON AND ELISE STEPHENSON | The United Nations’ Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda reflects strong evidence that involving women in… Read More
TERESA LIFUKA-DRECALA | Tuvalu is the fourth smallest nation in the world and one of the most affected by the impacts of climate change. Read More
Adani’s downfall – how a leading member of India’s Billionaire Raj fell victim to a stock market rout
YAN ISLAM | In 2018, James Crabtree, wrote a tome on India entitled ‘The Billionaire Raj’. His concern was that India, characterized… Read More
SEAN JACOBS | Remittances are often put forward as a solution to poverty alleviation efforts in Pacific island countries – a “win-win for Australia… Read More
Economy, Privatising poverty, Ron Bevacqua, Read More