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THE ONLY WAY TO TACKLE INEQUALITY IS STRENGTHENING THE POWER OF ORDINARY PEOPLE BY UNITING FOR CHANGE.
Nyambura is a Fight Inequality activist in Kenya, and one of the organisers of the #UsawaBudget ("Budget for equality") mobilisations, read the blog.
What happened when young people from across the world got together in Mukuru slum to plan youth activism to fight inequality.
Reuters explains why Fight Inequality Alliance groups across the world are mobilising to demand that government budgets tackle inequality.
VAT increases and extensions hit the poor hard; governments should raise more in tax from the huge income and wealth of super-elites and corporations.
Powerful piece by Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
New Zealand colleagues have shared a note on the development of their national coalition. Useful for other emerging coalitions to explore commonalities. Please share also your national story. The New Zealand one is here.
Have a read of the latest newsletter for Fight Inequality activists
The 2018 global gathering of the Fight Inequality Alliance has been announced, and registrations opened.
To give groups ample time to plan well for the biggest ever Fight Inequality January Week of Action next year, the Planning Guide for the week has been released now. Please find it here and share with your colleagues in your country as you meet to plan what you can do for the week.
African #FightInequality allies met in Arusha last month to set out a common Pan-African plan for action to build power to fight inequality. Here is their statement.
Watch and share this powerful video about the inequality crisis and how it can be addressed.
From the boardrooms of Wall Street to the streets of Athens, there is a growing consensus that the current economic model is not fit for purpose. We are far from agreement though on what should replace it. What is absolutely crucial is that the voices of the people most affected by inequality must be heard in the debates that follow. This is why The Elders, a group of independent leaders founded by Nelson Mandela of which I have the honor to be the chair, is working with civil-society activists from the Fight Inequality Alliance to promote an inclusive, just, and bold agenda.
The leaders of The Elders got together for a conversation with Fight Inequality grassroots activists to explore how inequality can be tackled and to build the momentum for change. Watch it in full here.
Without action to rapidly reduce inequality we will never be able to achieve the just, equal and sustainable world we need.
Join The Elders, the Fight Inequality Alliance, and Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity to honour grassroots efforts around the world to turn around the inequality crisis and learn how you can join the movement working to #WalkTogether to #FightInequality.