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Nelson Mandela Day: Understanding how far we have to go an equal future

July 18 is the Nelson Mandela Day. Image: REUTERS/Ulli Michel/Files

Kerina Wang

Engagement Strategist, World Bank

Emiko Naomasa

Economist, World Bank

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