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World Bank Group - International Development, Poverty, & Sustainability With 189 member countries, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership fighting poverty worldwide through sustainable solutions.
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Home | Amnesty International UK Amnesty International is the world's leading human rights organisation, campaigning against injustice and inequality everywhere
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Blockchain Charity Foundation - Binance.charity Blockchain Charity Foundation (BCF) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of blockchain-enabled philanthropy towards achieving global sustainable development. BCF aims to transform philanthropy by developing the world’s first decentralized charity foundation to build a future where blockchain technology can be used to end all forms of poverty and inequality, advance sustainable development and ensure that no one is left behind.
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Oxfam International | The power of people against poverty Oxfam is an international confederation of 20 ngos working with partners in over 90 countries to end the injustices that cause poverty.
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Solve Algebra problems with the top Software Tutor Program--College, High School or Pre-Algebra Algebrator is the top Algebra tutor software program available on the Market. From Pre-Algebra to College Algebra, Algebrator reduces your homework time while teaching you the concepts critical for success in Mathematics.
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Moguldom - Digital Media, Tech, Politics, Crypto, Inequality Moguldom.com is devoted to inspiring, informing and promoting equality in tech investment, and calling out inequality in hiring and entrepreneurship.
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SupplyChainBrain - The world's most comprehensive supply chain management information resource. The latest supply-chain news, analysis, trends and tools for executives in the supply chain management industry.
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National Priorities Project National Priorities Project (NPP) at the Institute for Policy Studies seeks to prioritize peace, shared prosperity, and economic security for all in our nation''s decision making. We are the people''s guide to the federal budget. In 2014, NPP was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of our pioneering work to track federal spending on the military and promote a U.S. federal budget that represents Americans'' priorities, including funding for people''s issues such as inequality, unemployment, education, health and the need to build a green economy. In 2017, we joined the non-profit Institute for Policy Studies as an independent project.
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World Bank Group - International Development, Poverty, & Sustainability With 189 member countries, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership fighting poverty worldwide through sustainable solutions.
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Inequality.org Your online portal to data, analysis, and commentary on income and wealth inequality.
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Center For Global Development | The Center for Global Development works to reduce global poverty and inequality through rigorous research and active engagement with the policy community to make the world a more prosperous, just, and safe place for us all.
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Math Exercises & Math Problems - Questions and Answers Collection of math exercises and math problems. Primary school, high school and college math problems and math exercises with correct answers.
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CEPREMAP - Centre pour la recherche économique et ses applications Centre pour la recherche économique et ses applicationsCEPREMAP -
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HOME FACTUALITY is a facilitated dialogue, crash course, and board game, all in one, that simulates structural inequality, in America. Participants assume identities & encounter fact based advantages & limitations of through a simulation exercise.
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World Bank Group - International Development, Poverty, & Sustainability With 189 member countries, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership fighting poverty worldwide through sustainable solutions.
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The Global Goals In 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 goals for a better world by 2030. These goals have the power to end poverty, fight inequality and stop climate change. Guided by the goals, it is now up to all of us, governments, businesses, civil society and the general public to work together to build a better future for everyone.
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Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation | The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation (Schusterman) is a global organization that seeks to ignite the passion and unleash the power in young people to create positive change for themselves, the Jewish community and the broader world.
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War on Want | Join forces with us against the root causes of global poverty, inequality and injustice.
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Compare your income - Perception of income inequality in OECD countries Compare your income is an OECD''s tool that allows you to see whether your perception of income distribution is in line with reality. In only a few clicks, you can see where you fit in your country''s income distribution.
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A Maths Dictionary for Kids by Jenny Eather| Definitions | Free Math Posters and Charts | Maths Examples | Math Words | Math Glossary | Math Terms | Interactive, animated maths dictionary with over 630 common math terms and math words explained in simple language with examples. Device friendly version with 950+ entries. Math glossary with math definitions, examples, math practice interactives, mathematics activities, math calculators, math charts and posters. © Jenny Eather 2001-2016.
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Global Daily – From refugees to rising inequality, the world is facing some of the most pressing issues of our day. With these challenges in mind, Global Daily serves to bring global citizens the best journalism and most compelling stories aggregated from media outlets and partners from around the world. From refugees to rising inequality, the world is facing some of the most pressing issues of our day. With these challenges in mind, Global Daily serves to bring global citizens the best journalism and most compelling stories aggregated from media outlets and partners from around the world.
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WID – World Inequality Database Home The source for global inequality data. Open access, high quality wealth and income inequality data developed by an international academic consortium.
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Home | Lifechoices Salesian Life Choices works with youth from the Cape Flats communities to make choices that can change the world. They believe that inequality is a matter of the heart and that it can be eradicated if youth are provided with a solid foundation. Life Choices provides this foundation through their services in five key areas: Family Stability, Health, Education, Leadership and Employment. Life Choices invests in youth because they are 37% of the South African population…but 100% of its future.
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Community-Based Natural Resource Management Network (CBNRM Net): Tools for results globally CBNRM Net provides powerful and applied tools for communities, NGOs and institutions, aimed at networking and knowledge management of the field of community-based natural resource management globally.
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Cooperatives for a Better World Cooperatives for a Better World is a not-for-profit organization with the mission to spread the benefits of the cooperative business model. We believe in the ability of cooperatives to empower individuals and strengthen communities in an effort to end economic inequality.
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Joshua Lande · Data Science, Apache Pig, Hadoop, Blogging, Tweets, Astrophysics
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The Casual Observer Mainly photos of NY & the US, historical, recent.  Mine unless credited otherwise.  Note: this blog rejects racism, reactionary political entities, sexism, inequality, and militarism.  This blog...
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ADMIRAL – Our thoughts put into words, our ideas put into reality. Our thoughts put into words, our ideas put into reality.
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Willow Lung-Amam, Ph.D. A site about urban planning, urban design, cities, urban poverty, urban inequality, race, immigration, environmental racism, and all issues related to the changing form and population of cities around the world.
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Diverse Cymru Homepage - Diverse Cymru Diverse Cymru is Wales' only pan-equality charity that focuses on all protected characteristics to challenge discrimination and reduce inequality.
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EDI Equality Diversity Inclusion (EDI) Conference. Istanbul, Vienna, Norwich, Auckland, Athens, Toulouse, Munich, Tel Aviv, Cyprus
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enthusiasticlauren | I am. I talk. I eat. I laugh. I read. I watch movies. I love. I get emotional. I quote things. I do none of these things minimally. I am. I talk. I eat. I laugh. I read. I watch movies. I love. I get emotional. I quote things. I do none of these things minimally.
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Avron This is going to have occasional personal posts, but mostly I'm going to be reblogging things I think are important or amusing. There is no queue. Tags are used on most posts,I try to tag things that...
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Tory Britain! | Since 2010 the Tories have killed over 130,000 claimants & starved and made homeless millions more! The poor, sick & disabled need you for this to end. Don't vote Tory, ever! Since 2010 the Tories have killed over 130,000 claimants & starved and made homeless millions more! The poor, sick & disabled need you for this to end. Don't vote Tory, ever!
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sheMD | Women In Medicine sheMD is a virtual community of practice to discuss, discover, and delve into the adventure of women in medicine. sheMD strives to inspire and educate women in medicine about gender disparities and to provide tools to overcome inequality and gender bias.
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Beneath The Shadows RP In a world of inequality and segregation, the small town in North Carolina, Shadow Falls, remains one of the most divided towns in spite of its progress for the supernatural. Tension between the human...
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The WinTechSeries Awards Europe - 2019 The WinTechSeries Awards Europe celebrate the outstanding contributions of inspirational women and champions of diversity with the Women in Tech World Series
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Kristin Turney – University of California, Irvine Kristin Turney is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of California, Irvine. Her research, stemming from a rich tradition of social stratification inquiry, investigates the complex and dynamic role of families in creating, maintaining, and exacerbating social inequalities. In unraveling puzzles about family inequality, and about how the institution of the…
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Visa Reparations Media & Apparel (RMA) is a black-led political art and streetwear brand that puts RACE in your face. Our mission is to expose the absurdity of racial inequality in America with all deliberate humor and speed. RMA is proudly produced by the Race Company, a minority owned business enterprise in Minneapolis.
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Steven Goldberg: Logical Analysis of Social Questions Steven Goldberg on Patriarchy -- Specifiable hereditary psychophysiological differences between males and females engender in males a more-easily-released tendency for dominance behavior. This is observed by a society’s population and is incorporated in all aspects of socialization that mediate the psychophysiological and the institutional. As a result all societies, without exception, exhibit patriarchy, male status attainment, and male dominance.
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Restoring Opportunity, The Crisis of Inequality and the Challenge for American Education The growth in family income inequality in the U.S. has affected educational opportunities for children from low-income families. Professors Greg Duncan and Richard Murnane identify effective alternative strategies for improving the life chances for these children.
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sharla n. alegria – Sharla N Alegria, PhD Sharla N. Alegria Curriculum Vitae        Research        Teaching        Blog   Sharla Alegria is assistant professor of Sociology at the University of California, Merced. She studies race/class/gender based inequality where individuals and organizations have disavowed discrimination. Her dissertation, which has received funding from the National Science Foundation, University of Massachusetts Graduate…
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Local Development Research Institute (LDRI) We exist to support African Union efforts to end extreme poverty, hunger and inequality with particular focus on CAADP and Africa's Agenda 2063.
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The Forum Network, hosted by the OECD: Shape ideas. Shape policy. Shape the Future. | World in EMotion The Forum Network is an online space to discuss the big issues of OECD Forum 2019: Digitalisation, a New Societal Contract and International Co-operation.The Forum Network is an online space to discuss the big issues of OECD Forum 2019: Digitalisation, a New Societal Contract and International Co-operation.
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Write to End VAW Awards | Zero Tolerance Reporting on violence against women can play a vital role in increasing understanding of violence against women and gender inequality and challenging their place in our society. This writing is crucial to ending all forms of this violence through raising public and political awareness of its cause. Zero Tolerance runs the Write to End Violence Against Women Awards to recognise and reward journalists and writers in Scotland who raise awareness of these issues in a responsible and sensitive way.
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Epsilon Project - sharing, developing and transferring innovative practices in education targeting professionals and volunteers working in services for LGBT asylum seekers, refugees and migrants The project is responding to two current and urgent educational needs in Europe i.e.(1) the rise in migrant and refugee numbers(2) the persistent inequality and persecution of Lesbian, Bisexual and Trans-gender groups (LGBT).
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Dissolve Music @ MIT – March 7-9, 2018 . . . . . . Before you can SOLVE, you have to DISSOLVE.   Join us for a music / sound conference and festival near MIT, featuring scholars, musicians, activists and organizers.  Dissolve the structures of power that produce inequality.  Explore alternative approaches to listening, dialogue and mix. March 7-9, 2018 Warehouse XI, 11…
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Racism and Inequality - Fall 2010 | Just another WordPress.com site Just another WordPress.com site
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Brandon P. Martinez – Sociology, University of Miami Credit: M. GutierrezBrandon P. Martinez is a PhD student of Sociology at the University of Miami. His research interests include race and racism, immigrant selectivity, urban sociology, the sociology of housing, and racial-ethnic inequality in the criminal justice system. More specifically, Brandon's work explores the role of immigrant selectivity in explaining social stratification and how…
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Lillian Salerno for Congress Lillian Salerno is a native Texan, entrepreneur, attorney, and advocate who is running for Congress to take on the system and stand up for the people.
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THE NEW ENLIGHTENMENT - THE NEW ENLIGHTENMENT Evidence based public policy solutions to greatly reduce economic inequality and political inequality. Citizen’s union advocated as the organizational structure for the needed mass movement for major system changes or a New Enlightenment.
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The Conscience of a Student – This site aims to express a student's analysis of the world's most prevalent matters. This site aims to express a student's analysis of the world's most prevalent matters.
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Irish Rule of Law International — The Law Society of Ireland and the Bar Council of Ireland - using law in the fight against global injustice, inequality and corruption The Law Society of Ireland and the Bar Council of Ireland - using law in the fight against global injustice, inequality and corruption
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Resolve Foundation I Empowering future community leaders for an inclusive Hong Kong Resolve was founded in 2017 with one question in mind: in an age of increasing polarization and intolerance, how can we build more inclusive and accepting societies? Resolve tackles the root causes of inequality by investing in emerging community leaders to drive social change for a more inclusive Hong Kong.
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Sarah Bowen - About Sarah Bowen is an Associate Professor of Sociology at North Carolina State University. Her research focuses on food systems, globalization, and inequality in the United States, Latin America, and Europe.
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Atalanta Atalanta''s mission is to increase the number of women holding senior government positions worldwide and accelerate programmes that tackle the root causes of gender inequality.
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Home - British Asian Trust We were founded in 2007 by HRH The Prince of Wales and a group of visionary British Asians to tackle poverty and inequality in South Asia. We are led by the South Asian diaspora and focus on building partnerships for large-scale, lasting change.
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Land is Free | as free as the air we breathe..... Reprinted from article in "Land and Liberty" Spring 2019 Well, we made one rather important mistake. We allowed certain lucky people the ownership of land. We ignored the fact that it is impossible to own land, and we ignored the natural law which states that all people must have equal rights to it. We then failed to distinguish between right and wrong when we allowed the "owners" to keep the location values attaching to sites, which had been created by the actions of the community as a whole. The results have been dire. The vast number of us then had nothing to sell but our labour. We lost the right to receive the whole added value arising from our work. Wages reduced to subsistence level. We were forced to rent our living space from "owners". So now we see that businesses pay rent for their space, pay taxes in a huge number of ways, keep unwarranted amounts for themselves, and are pressured into continuous growth. The payment of rents by businesses and working people creates inequality. Those in command of such wealth have ensured that the laws of the country are directed to their benefit. We are now entering into a sort-of end-game. Rents naturally rise to the maximum affordable, because there is nothing tangible supplied that can be used as a measure of value. Rents are now so high that young people can no longer save for a deposit. Land prices are so high, reflecting the rents, that all sorts of speculators are drawn into the market. Land becomes "owned" by fewer and fewer, reflecting the consolidation of wealth. On the misery side of the equation, hardship and homelessness drives many into drugs, and now shorter lives. Had we not better sit up and think? Where did we go wrong? Do we have enough conscience left to see what we did? What we should have done is that land should be held on secure tenure, not amounting to ownership. The user has the right to use subject to paying the community the location value of that site. The location value is the natural recompense to the society which together has provided all the benefits of a site. Society then does not need taxation. The result would be that no-one would hold land they did not need. This would now produce freedom for the vast number of us, able to work. We now have the option of setting up by ourselves, where we can receive the whole value of our efforts. Businesses would now be bidding up the wages from working from them. Partnerships and common ownership arrangements would flourish. The price of land would reduce to nil, as the rents which sustained it are exchanged for the payment of location value to the state. A house can then be bought for the building costs alone. The non payment of rents brings inequality gently to a close. Now, inequality only results from extra work or talent. Every improvement of facilities will bring a natural reward in higher location values. One simple change. Why don't we go for it?