Author(s): Rebecca Sjonger
Today, 1.8 billion people make up the largest generation of youth in history. The United Nations has challenged this powerful group of young change-makers to take action to help solve global problems by the year 2030. This series outlines the global issues addressed by the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals, explaining the aim of each goal and ways to take action. By recognizing the influence they can have when they participate, young people will be empowered to take informed action of their own. How can we reduce the global inequality of people? This is the challenge set by the United Nations in goal numbers 4, 5, 10, and 16 of their list of 17 Sustainable Development Goals for 2030. From tackling gender inequality to fighting for the right to a good education, this book offers concrete strategies to inspire change, and explains how these goals work with each other and integrate with the other UN goals. Profiles of youth-led movements and other collaborative efforts to fight inequality provide empowering examples of how to get involved to achieve equality for all global citizens. Book jacket.