“We are proud to drive the effort on creating this sought after and necessary resource for the international policy community. The Inequality Solutions portal offers a repository of policy solutions for anyone looking to make a difference—from policymakers and government leaders to researchers and advocates.”
– Faiza Shaheen, Program Director, Inequality & Exclusion, Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies
Following three years of research, country visits, expert meetings, and debate, the Pathfinders’ Grand Challenge on Inequality and Exclusion has identified policy priorities for immediate and longer-term actions to tackle inequality and exclusion, culminating in the flagship report, “From Rhetoric to Action: Delivery Inequality & Exclusion.”
Curated by the Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies along with international partners such as the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (UN ESCWA) and the London School of Economics, the portal offers a repository of policy solutions for anyone looking to make a difference—from policymakers and government leaders, to researchers and civil society.
By sharing knowledge, successes, and best practices, we aim to catalyze global transformation and build worldwide awareness of the methods to deliver equality and inclusion.
The portal’s interactive and searchable interface allows users to easily browse and explore policies from around the world and inspire change now.
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