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Sustainable Development Goal 10 | Reduced inequality: Senior School

All of School guide to support: Global citizenship [SCoT], Sustainable development [ScOT.1050] and Ethical understanding [acgc.7]

Source: Black, S. (2019).

"The international community has made significant strides towards lifting people out of poverty.... However, inequality persists and large disparities remain regarding access to health and education services and other assets. To reduce inequality, policies should be universal in principle, paying attention to the needs of disadvantaged and marginalized populations." (United Nations, n.d.)
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Goal 10 | Reduced inequality: Leadership

Goal 10 Reduce inequalitiesShow LeadershipAs a global citizen how can I show leadership?
  • "Make a donation to a charity that focuses on reducing inequality. Any donation, big or small, can make a difference!
  • Raise your voice against any type of discrimination. Everyone is equal regardless of their gender, race, sexual orientation, social background and physical abilities.
  • Visit local shelters, orphanages or minority community centers and organize a conversation space to discuss the importance of these rights or volunteer there regularly.
  • Favour companies that are inclusive. Check the lists of the companies that are inclusive for different minorities through employment there or their products.
  • Support migrants and refugees in your communities. Gather or donate the appliances, food, clothes needed.
  • Stay informed. Follow your local news and stay in touch with the Global Goals online or on social media at @TheGlobalGoals.
    (The Global Goals, n.d.)

Definitions: Poverty versus Inequality

Level 2 resourceWhat is poverty?

Poverty is a relative concept used to describe the people in a society that cannot participate in the activities that most people take for granted. The Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) uses the following definitions:

  • "Deprivation: Looking at the essential items people are missing out on.
  • Poverty lines: A level of income, below which people are regarded as living in poverty.
  • Relative poverty: This is when poverty is measured against something that can change. It means that poverty is measured against a standard that is unacceptably low in a given point in time.
  • Absolute poverty: This is when a household or person does not have enough income for even a basic acceptable standard of living, or to meet basic living needs. The threshold for absolute poverty varies between developed and developing countries.
  • Extreme poverty: When people are living on an income below the international poverty line set by the World Bank of $1.90 a day.
  • Poverty gap: The average difference between the poverty line and the disposable income of households living below that poverty line." (ACOSS, n.d.)
What is inequality?
  • Inequality means the unequal distribution within society of income, wealth and goods. The Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) measures inequality in two ways: income inequality and wealth inequality. (ACOSS, n.d.)

For more details see the ACOSS Frequently Asked Questions.

Goal 10 | Reduced inequality: Articles

Level 1 resourceArticlesNOTE: If prompted use your mConnect login to access the articles. See also Help using JSTOR and / or Help using the EBSCOhost. When using articles from The Age Library edition click on the Active Paper Archive link to view the newspaper article as they were published in print. The link looks like this "The Age Active paper archive image" and is located on the top left hand side of your screen.

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Goal 10 | Reduced inequality: eBooks

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Goal 10 | Reduced inequality: Track progress

Use the following links to see how Australia, and the world, are tracking to meet this goal.Level 3StatisticsDatabases

Goal 10 | Reduced inequality: Online resources

Level 2

Film and videoUsing YouTube on campus help and instructionsTo view this video on campus remember to first login to your school Google account using your mConnect username and password. Click here for more help on using YouTube on campus.

The Rental Affordability Index is a price index for housing rental markets. It is an easy to understand indicator of rental affordability relative to household incomes and is applied to geographic areas across Australia. In this video, SGS Senior Associate and Partner Ellen Witte, discusses the key findings to come out of the May 2018 results. (SGS Economics and Planning, 2018)

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In text reference / citation: Witte (2018) or (Witte, 2018)
Bibliography / Reference list: Witte, E. (2018). Rental Affordability Index May 2018 Key Findings, [eVideo]. SGS Economics and Planning , Retrieved from https://youtu.be/YdIk-eznySM

Goal 10 | Reduced inequality: Videos

Level 1 resourceFilm and videoUsing YouTube on campus help and instructionsTo view this video on campus remember to first login to your school Google account using your mConnect username and password. Click here for more help on using YouTube on campus.

Inequality threatens social harmony and economic development. Achieving sustainable development requires inclusiveness and equality for all. The UN calls on everyone to help make a difference. (United Nations, 2019)

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In text reference / citation: United Nations (2019) or (United Nations, 2019)
Bibliography / Reference list: United Nations (2019). Why Reducing Inequality Within & Among Countries Matters - Sustainable Development Goal 10, [eVideo]. United Nations, Retrieved from https://youtu.be/P-xWg3WZUHw

United Nations - Goal 10 focuses on reducing inequality within and among countries. We asked Programme Specialist Shannon O’Shea from the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) to explain what type of inequality the goal focuses on and what countries, organizations and individuals can do to reduce inequalities in their societies. (United Nations, 2015)

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In text reference / citation: O’Shea (2015) or (O’Shea, 2015)
Bibliography / Reference list: O’Shea, S. (2015). The Sustainable Development Goals Explained: Reduced Inequalities, [eVideo]. United Nations, Retrieved from https://youtu.be/09pF3-qrpoQ

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"We feel instinctively that societies with huge income gaps are somehow going wrong. Richard Wilkinson charts the hard data on economic inequality, and shows what gets worse when rich and poor are too far apart: real effects on health, lifespan, even such basic values as trust." (Wilkinson, 2011)

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In text reference / citation: Wilkinson (2011) or (Wilkinson, 2011)
Bibliography / Reference list: Wilkinson, N. (2011). How economic inequality harms societies, [eVideo]. TED Talks, Retrieved from https://youtu.be/cZ7LzE3u7Bw

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