Davos 2023

Davos 2023: What you need to know about society and equity

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In a fragmented world, how can we help enhance social equity? Here's what you need to know. Image: Unsplash/Jane Palash

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Top 10 Risks Global Risks Report 2022.
The cost-of-living crisis is predicted to be the dominant global issue of the next two years. Image: World Economic Forum
Agenda

Global inequality is a failure of imagination. Here's why

Gabriela Bucher Executive Director, Oxfam International
Hubertus Heil Federal Minister of Labour and Social Affairs, Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs of Germany

132

Number of years it will take to reach gender parity

160m

Number of people pushed into poverty by the COVID-19 pandemic

$28tn

How much GDP could increase by if the global gender gap was closed

$15.4bn

Estimated spend on DEI-related efforts by 2026.

We need more inclusive reporting on disability. Here's why

Charts showing how Black and Asian people in Britain pay more for energy and rent or mortgage.
Black and Asian people in Britain are disproportionately affected by the rising living costs. Image: ONS

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Key sessions and takeaways on society and equity from DavosDiversity, equity and inclusion in numbersReports, initiatives and announcements on social equity at Davos 2023A snapshot of inequality amid the cost-of-living crisisMust-reads about social equity and the Forum’s impactMore on society and equity on AgendaSociety and equity videos to watchTake our social equity poll
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