Inclusive strategies for marginalised communities: Good practices, challenges in the 2030 Agenda

Inclusive strategies for marginalised communities: Good practices, challenges in the 2030 Agenda

New York: On July 9, 2024, a significant meeting was held at the UN Headquarters in New York to discuss the ongoing inclusive strategies for communities discriminated against based on work and descent. The event, attended by key stakeholders and experts, focused on highlighting good practices, challenges, and the transnational implications of marginalisation, with an…

Understanding the many faces of poverty

Understanding the many faces of poverty

Understanding the many faces of poverty Discrimination based on work and descent (DWD) is the UN terminology used in international contexts to describe the systemic marginalization experienced by certain communities, like Roma in Europe, Dalits in Asia, Burakumin in Japan, Haratin in Africa, and Quilombola in Brazil, due to their caste or similar inherited forms…