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Pourquoi les inégalités persistent et s’accroissent, comment faire pour ajuster ces déséquilibres, s'interroge Geneviève Morency, l'une des trois gagnantes de notre concours organisé dans le cadre du Blog Action Day 2014.
This Blog Action Day 2014, I ask: When we talk about economic inequality (the difference in wealth between the richest and the poorest) within a municipality, a country, a region or between different countries, why do these inequalities persist and increase? What can be done to change these imbalances?
¡Por fin está aquí el Blog Action Day! Tras meses de planificación y miles de blogs, hoy es el día en el que bloggers de todo el mundo toman la red para debatir sobre un tema de interés mundial y una de las cuestiones decisivas en nuestro tiempo: la desigualdad.
Blog Action Day has finally arrived! After months of planning and thousands of blogs written, today is that day that bloggers around the world take over the web in a global discussion about one of the defining issues of our time: inequality.