Despite the European Union’s commitment to leave no one behind, millions of people in Europe are falling victim to widening inequalities, a major EU-wide report concludes:
‘Falling through the cracks:
Exposing inequalities in Europe and beyond’
The report shines a light on the impact of rising inequalities on people and planet. It maps the reality of various forms of inequality, both nationally and at the European level. It consists of 15 national reports and 11 thematic reports exploring key dimensions of inequality, including gender, age, disability, ethnicity and homelessness.
‘Falling through the cracks: Exposing inequalities in Europe and beyond’ is now available for download. Please click here:
"The slogan 'Liberty, Equality, Fraternity' is more an ideal than a reality... Inequalities between the French are worsening," says Leah Khayat of @WECF_FR
Find out about inequalities in France and Europe in
@SDGwatcheurope's #StampOutInequalities report https://t.co/rVfxGP7oA4
Camila Santos: "In Italia rappresento uno dei gruppi più vulnerabili: Sono una donna, sono giovane e sono una cittadina extraeuropea".
Scopri di più sui divari intergenerazionali e di genere in Italia nel rapporto @SDGwatcheurope https://t.co/EtfpZ1zegm #StampOutInequalities
The content of this website is generated by civil society organisations which are either members or partners of SDG Watch Europe. The opinions expressed do not necessarily always reflect the opinions of all members of SDG Watch Europe or the coalition itself. The content of this website is provided for information purposes only. No claim is made as to the accuracy or authenticity of the content and the website does not accept any liability to any person or organisation for the information or advice which is provided or incorporated into it by reference. This website has been produced and maintained with the financial assistance of the European Union. The contents of this website are the sole responsibility of the authors and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.