Reduced Inequality

What do we mean by "Reduced Inequality"?

Having the means to engage effectively online is key in improving education and employment opportunities for those from low socioeconomic backgrounds, but is becoming increasingly difficult amid the cost-of-living crisis. Here, Guy Miller, CEO of full fibre network operator MS3 Networks, explores the digital divide’s negative impact on social mobility, and how businesses can tackle it.
Rising inequalities both between and within countries are fueling polarization and protectionist pressures, hampering social cohesion and political stability. Leading economists are calling for society to combat inequality, demanding better measurement and ambitious targets. Businesses and investors have significant roles to play. The private sector, through various practices, can contribute to inequalities, alleviate inequalities, and also face risks posed by inequalities.