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Goal 10: Reduce inequality within and among countries

According to the UN, "to reduce inequality, policies should be universal in principle paying attention to the needs of disadvantaged and marginalized populations. There is growing consensus that economic growth is not sufficient to reduce poverty if it is not inclusive and if it does not involve the three dimensions of sustainable development – economic, social and environmental". 

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.


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AIESEC is a non-governmental not-for-profit organization in consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), affiliated with the UN DPI, member of ICMYO, and is recognized by UNESCO. 

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GlobalMindED is an educational and research non-profit organization committed to creating a capable, diverse talent pipeline for first-generation-to-college, at-risk and low-income students and job seekers..  By incorporating research and implementing action based on our results, GlobalMindED's mission is to improve access and equity in K-12 and higher education through improved graduation rates and sustainable careers. 

Contact Details:
Saule Aliyeva
saule.aliyeva@ globalminded.org
303-327-5688


In our interconnected world, we interact with people from different cultures on a daily basis. Assumptions are made, interpreting comments, reactions and behaviors. The result is often miscommunication because of a culture difference. These miscommunications can be extremely costly to organizations and relationships. Real World Solutions provides practical training and coaching in intercultural awareness and competence for professionals and organizations in business, health care, education, and community services.

Contact Details:
Melinda Cain
 melinda@
realworldsolutions.us

303-522-7230


NGAO Society is a non-profit making organization formed with individuals and likeminded community organizations to facilitate the community in realizing its own potential to initiate sustainable change using the Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) Model. NGAO wishes to establish connections between students in the US and communities in Africa (Kenya) to help students collaborate on finding the assets within the community to improve quality of life.


College Equality brings personalized college counseling to public schools. Their mission is to collaborate with overburdened counseling offices at traditional public schools, and to support students in the college admissions process, allowing them to gain access to the full range of college options that could benefit them. Their counselors can provide the advising, application support, and recommendation writing necessary to position talented students from under-resourced communities as competitive candidates to their preferred colleges.

Contact Details:
Susan McGuire
info@collegeequality.org
301-237-7840


Blue Star Recyclers is an award-winning 501c3 social enterprise with locations in Colorado Springs and Denver, CO. Founded in 2009, their core mission is recycling electronics and other materials to create local jobs for people with autism and other disabilities. In order to benefit students, Blue Star Recyclers can provide onsite tours (Colorado Springs, Denver, and Boulder facilities), classroom presentations, and mentoring via email.

Contact Details:
Bill Morris
bill@bluestarrecyclers.com
719-494-4436


World Child Cancer strives to bring access of care to children with cancer in the developing world and increasing the survival rates. They seek to improve cancer diagnosis, treatment and care for children across the developing world, in hope of witnessing a world where every child with cancer has access to the best possible treatment and care.  Educating the broader community, regarding this issue, is the first step towards solving it, while also getting the funds to fund our mission and continuing our work is our highest priority

Contact Details:
Ben Drotar
ben.drotar@
worldchildcancer.us

720-628-0084


The United Nations Association of the United States of America's Denver Metro Chapter is dedicated to informing, inspiring and mobilizing the Denver community to support the ideals and vital work of the United Nations.

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Sanjay Rajan
president@unadenver.org
303-589-4404


CorpsAfrica is a non-profit organization that recruits and places ambitious Africans in remote, high-poverty communities in their own countries. These men and women live in the community for a year and initiate sustainable projects that fulfill key needs and whose impact and success can be carefully measured, all through a transformative volunteer experience. CorpsAfrica seeks to connect WAC students to current and alumni volunteers who have worked on development issues at a grassroots level in communities in Morocco, Senegal, and Malawi. 

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Garrett Mason
gmason@corpsafrica.org
504-220-1417


Engineers Without Borders USA harnesses the skills of engineers to tackle the challenges that keep the world's poorest people from living healthy, productive lives. Engineers Without Borders USA achieves this goal by utilizing highly skilled volunteers to work with communities to find appropriate solutions for their basic infrastructure and human needs.  Engineers Without Borders USA seeks to help students in WAC by mentoring, giving presentations about Engineers Without Borders USA projects, and guiding development-themed student projects.

Contact Details:
James Harper
india@ewb-sandiego.org
858-522-9249


 

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