The global Faces of Inequality Campaign aims to end inequalities in all its different forms – gender, income, wealth, geographical, environmental, abilities, justice, ethnic, et al. So many of us have stories to tell that are not being heard. Together we are supporting people in their struggles for justice and bringing people and organisations together to challenge the institutions and processes that perpetuate poverty and inequalities across the world.
A crucial step to end inequalities is to give them a face.
Key themes of the campaign
- Tax justice & decent work
- Gender equality and inclusion of socially excluded groups
- Social protection for all
- Climate justice
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Telling stories is easy, learn how to do it:
Faces of Inequality Campaign Steps
- * Grassroots Research and Analysis: Faces of Inequality
- * Awareness raising and capacity building
- * Bottom-Up Mobilisation and Campaigning
- * Advocacy and Monitoring
- * Civil Society Coordination and Alliance Building
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Faces of Inequality changes the perception of inequalities. Changed values and cultures will prepare the ground for the systemic changes needed. This is connected with concrete struggles example for decent work and social protection.
See our work on Faces of Inequality
Leave No Woman Behind
The goal of Leave No Woman Behind is that women who face multiple discriminations, exploitation, abuse and/ or violence take part in national, regional and global processes to protect their rights and work for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to ensure that they are not left behind.
Faces of Migration
The Faces of Migration campaign challenges the existing views on migration. Hearing and understanding people’s stories allow for more complex perspectives on people’s lives and why they migrate. The aim of the campaign is to change public dialogue and policies from “us vs them” to the human beings affected by inequalities that are structural and pervasive and how the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are an answer to create a better world for all.