The inequality debate
Session for secondary schools
Our session will be on S.A.L.V.E's Inequality Question. This is a global conversation about what inequality means and the impact it has, led by children who are living/have lived on the streets in Uganda. The October and November Inequality Questions share themes of the Youth Climate Summit. October's question is 'How can we best reduce pollution and how important is it for our futures?' The session will showcase the international discussion around the October Inequality Question and then demonstrate how participants can get involved in the November debate which will be revealed in the session.
Presenter: Nicola Sansom (CEO of S.A.L.V.E) and staff from S.A.L.V.E in the UK and Uganda together with the young people who S.A.L.V.E support
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Reduce income inequality within and among countries.
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