Inequality isn't inevitable. Here's what we can do differently
The wealth created by our economic system increasingly goes to those who already have a lot of it. It doesn't have to be this way, argues a young entrepreneur.
I am 23 and grew up in Italy. In the past five years, I have studied and worked in Australia, Argentina, France, Hong Kong, India and the UK. Currently, I am pursuing the Master Digital, New Technology and Public Policy between Sciences PO, Paris and the Hertie School of Governance, Berlin. I also work as a Digital Policy Advisor for Paris’ Hospital Network, a researcher for the School of Policy in Rome, founded by Italy’s former PM Enrico Letta, and an ambassador for Impactscool, a foundation that works on new technologies and future thinking. I am the founder and director of Poliferie, an Italian NGO that provides high school students in poor urban areas with better education opportunities.