Inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean

Public E-team



 This team focusses on inequalities in Latin America and the Caribbean.
You – the members of the e-team – were invited to join due to your expertise and/or expressed interest in this field.
Some of the issues you are invited to discuss are:

  • Inequalities in Latin America and the Caribbean - to what extent do they undermine sustainable economic and social development?
  • How to design and implement  multi-sectoral reforms effectively tackling inequality?
  • The role of education in addressing inequality
  • Taxation as a solution to addressing inequality

Members are welcomed to react to any of these discussion threads (see discussion section of the e-team) and/or initiate any new thread on issues relating to this topic.
The outcome of this e-team’s work will be a think piece and a policy brief on this topic.
This e-team is a fully collaborative space. Our co-moderator for this e-team is Marcelo Mederios, professor at the Department of Sociology of the University of Brasilia.  You can read his interview on Inequality in Brazil here.
Members are free to feed in their views and contribution, discuss and share any relevant materials (e.g., data, research, policy documents).

Geographical area: Latin America and the Caribbean
Theme(s) of intervention: Education, Financing for inclusive development, Inclusive social development / inclusive societies / social inclusion, Monitoring and evaluation, Policy design and delivery, Reduction of inequalities / equity / poverty eradication, Strategic planning
Created: 05 Sep 2019
Latest update: 04 Jun 2020


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