As the UN puts it: To reduce inequality, policies should be universal in principle while paying attention to the needs of disadvantaged and marginalized populations. There needs to be an increase in and continuation of favorable trading conditions for exports from developing countries, in addition to increasing the share of developing countries’ vote within the IMF. Finally, innovations in technology can help reduce the cost of transferring money for migrant workers.
RSP Competences sdg10 Reduced inequalities
Make responsible decisions about own food and shopping and consumption habits that are in the interests of sustainable agriculture.
Recognise examples of inequality locally and globally and understand possible causes.
Act collaboratively both within and outside of own discipline, role, perspectives and values to reduce inequality.
Critically evaluate the balance of power, wealth, access to resources and access to opportunity and any proposals to reduce inequalities.
Envision ways to reduce inequalities.
Be aware of inequalities between people and groups of people and understand how this might make people feel.
Develop creative ways of reducing inequalities.
Act transparently and accept personal responsibility to help reduce inequalities.
Participate in actions that reduce inequality.
Work with others, responsively and inclusively, while remaining aware of personal beliefs and values (yours and theirs), to reduce inequality.
Act proactively and in a considered manner to reduce inequalities.
Act in a cautious and timely manner, even in situations of uncertainty, to reduce inequality.