New blog by IIiana Olivie for the Guardian.
“As the millennium development goals (MDGs) agenda comes to its end, it is important for governments to think not just about poverty but also inequality. The post-2015 landscape will have a more or less shared agenda for global development. It will replace the MDGs agenda and might possibly overcome some of its deficits, an obvious one is the lack of reference to inequality. Reducing poverty and hunger, improving education and health and access to safe water, and applying environmentally-friendly policies can all take place – while inequality grows, and this is what we are witnessing.”
Read the blog in full: ‘Looking beyond MDGs: put inequality on the agenda’