• Action Aid

    Works across the globe to ensure that ordinary people have access to essential public services like education
    and health care and stop tax dodging so that everyone feels the benefits not just the few.

  • Human Rights Watch

    Publishes more than 100 reports and briefings on human rights conditions in some 90 countries, generating extensive coverage in local and international media. Meets with governments, the UN, regional groups, financial institutions, and corporations to press for changes in policy and practice that promote human rights and justice around the world.


    A pioneer of sustainable development and the home of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), where each goal finds its space and where all stakeholders can do their part to leave no one behind. We are a leading analytical voice for promoting inclusion, reducing inequalities and eradicating poverty, and a champion for tearing down the barriers that keep people in poverty.

  • Keeping It in the Family: Inheritances and Inequality

    1970s vs 1980s. Can a decade make all the difference on your income? Institute for Fiscal Studies explores.

  • The Causes of Income Inequality Aren't What You Think

    Jonathan Rothwell explores the ‘formula’ to amore just society. Curious? Us, too!

  • COVID Inequalities and The Future of Cities

    COVID and inequalities. Has covid worsened various inequalities? London School of Economics investigates.

  • Income and Wealth Inequality: Crash Course Economics #17

    Is income inequality a problem? If it is, how would you solve this problem? Check it out here.

  • Inequality – how wealth becomes power (1/3) | DW Documentary (poverty richness documentary)

    Germany’s income inequality is on the rise. What is the source of this problem? Find out in this DW documentary.

  • How To Fix India's Shocking Wealth Inequality?

    The divide between the rich and the poor is getting worse every year in India. In 2017, 670 million of the poorest half in India saw their wealth rise by just 1%. How do you fix this? The Wire explores.

  • How the Wealthy Live: Dubai's Rich Set-In Pictures

    What to do the most luxurious homes in Dubai look like? How do the rich live? Compared t that, how does Dubai’s majority of the population live? Makes you really think about income inequality, doesn’t it?

  • Income Inequality in India continues to rise: Report

    Both, India and China have suffered income inequality in their nations since the 1980s. However, while this inequality stabilised in China in 2019, the same was not the case for India.

  • What should we do about inequality?

    Gini coefficient and moralising victimhood. What does this mean? Prospect Magazine explains.


Canada’s indigenous communities left without clean water as government misses deadline

The Canadian government has come under scrutiny after it was revealed that many of the country’s indigenous population will not receive clean water despite March 2021 being heralded as the pivotal month in which all First Nations reserves would receive it. 
Euro 2020 Online racial discrimination

The Online Penalty for Being Black English Football Players

Imagine a world where each one of us come together play and cheer for each other regardless of our skin colour, birthplace, gender, religion, race, ethnicity or disability. How joyous would that be?

Nelson Mandela: Defining the right leadership

Name is just a tag to refer to people. It is only with names like Nelson Mandela, that become symbols of the power of peace, and compassionate leadership. Born on 18th July, Nelson Mandela was a human rights lawyer.