SDG 10
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Dokazano je da nejednakost u prihodima raste, gde najbogatijih 10% zarađuje oko 40% ukupnih prihoda u svetu. Najsiromašnijih 10% zarađuje svega 2-7% ukupnih prihoda u svijetu. U zemljama u razvoju, ako se u obzir uzme rast stanovništva, nejednakost je porasla za 11%.

Ovaj sve veći disparitet je poziv na delovanje, za koje su potrebne čvrste politike koje će osnažiti radnike u donjem rasponu percentila i promovisati ekonomsku inkluziju bez obzira na pol, rasu ili nacionalnost.

Neravnopravnost u prihodima je globalni problem koji zahteva globalna rešenja. To obuhvata unapređenje propisa i praćenje finansijskih tržišta i institucija, podsticanje pomoći za razvoj i direktne strane investicije za regione sa najvećom potrebom. Bezbedna migracija i mobilnost ljudi takođe predstavlja ključ za premošćavanje sve većih razlika.

Smanjenje nejednakosti jedan je od 17 globalnih ciljeva koji čine Program održivog razvoja do 2030. godine. Za napredak na više ciljeva istovremeno ključan je integrisani pristup.

Goals in action

UNDP in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Goal 10 at a glance

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UNDP in Georgia

Life on the Edge

An initiative in the Shida Kartli region, that borders the conflict divide with South Ossetia, is helping people find stability, economic growth, and hope for the future. MORE >


UNDP in Albania

A Step Towards Social Inclusion

For Roma and Egyptian communities, social exclusion remains the persistent cause leading to higher poverty levels. Hear voices from members of these communities. WATCH >

UNDP in Europe and Central Asia

The return of the Eastern European middle class

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UNDP in Montenegro

Towards social inclusion

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