• The Equality Trust

    The Equality Trust works to improve the quality of life in the UK by dismantling structural inequalities

  • 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.

  • Inequalities Seminar Series (LSE)

    Join leading scholars, every Tuesday, debate and discuss their innovative work on social and economic inequality. If you’re interested in learning about different ways that inequality is created, here is the place for you. This series is also available in video format.

  • Solving Global Inequality with Thomas Pikettyv

    COVID-19 has exacerbated our society’s extreme inequality in access to healthcare, economic opportunity, education, and the rights that protect some but not others based on race. Don’t waste time and tune in to hear from Economist Thomas Piketty to examine the ideas that drive persistent global inequality and the solutions he believes will produce a more equitable future!

  • People vs Inequality Podcast

    Do you feel helpless about about the growing global disparity? This podcast is a perfect space to reflect and learn with change-makers working to tackle inequalities and injustice.

  • The rich, the poor and the trash | DW Documentary (Inequality documentary)

    Inequality has widened. The rich consume much more than the poor and produce much more waste. Check this out to understand how trash has become a representation of the stark wealth inequality.

  • The Price of Fairness

    Why do we accept huge levels of inequality and social injustice? From the caste-biased villages of India to the race-sensitive streets of Ferguson, Missouri, this documentary explores our understanding of fairness and what it takes to change an unfair system.

  • The Divide

    This movie is for you if you wish to uncover how every aspect of our lives is controlled by one factor: the size of the gap between rich and poor!

  • Is COVID-19 increasing global inequality?

    Are the hardest-hit countries disproportionately located at the bottom of the global income distribution? If that is the case, would the pandemic result in increased inequality between countries?

  • Scandalising the supply chain

    Have you ever noticed how the fashion industry conceals and actively perpetuates the highly uneven structure of globalized (and racialized) supply chains? In such case, this is the article for you.

  • Economists Pin More Blame on Tech for Rising Inequality

    Does automation play a role in widening disparities? Find out more by reading this piece!


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Euro 2020 Online racial discrimination

The Online Penalty for Being Black English Football Players

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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.