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“Inequality is a threat to democracy because it deprives poor people of their rights”

Social Inclusion
Janet Currie,Profesora de Economía y Asuntos Públicos en la Universidad de Princeton (Nueva Jersey)
Janet Currie, a worldwide authority in the analysis of the effects of socioeconomic differences, explains the correlation between family income levels and school outcomes.
“Inequality is a threat to democracy because it deprives poor people of their rights”

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“Diversity makes science better”

Science Social Inclusion
Elizabeth Rasekoala,President of African Gong
Elizabeth Rasekoala, President of African Gong, defends the importance of science as a tool for social transformation and talks to us about the need for acquiring basic scientific literacy in order to be able to think critically.
“Diversity makes science better”

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“Living in a bad neighbourhood and poor-quality housing makes progress very difficult”

Social Inclusion
Sorcha Edwards,Secretary General of Housing Europe
Poor housing conditions have repercussions on the health and progress of citizens. Sorcha Edwards, secretary general of Housing Europe, talks to us about the relationship between housing and social inclusion.
“Living in a bad neighbourhood and poor-quality housing makes progress very difficult”

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