Inequality

COVID-19 has shown us the true extent of global inequality. In 2021, let's commit to ending it

The great divide … a low-income neighborhood adjacent to the business district in Panama City. Image: Reuters/Carlos Jasso

Gabriela Bucher

Executive Director, Oxfam International

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We are facing the greatest rise in inequality since records began
We are facing the greatest rise in inequality since records began Image: Oxfam International
The very richest have not been affected by the pandemic
The very richest have not been affected by the pandemic Image: Oxfam International
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