The UN Secretary General was reminded of growing inequality and called for an update of the social contract

UN Secretary-General antónio Guterres recalled that more than 70% of the population live in conditions of growing inequality.

Meanwhile, twenty-six richest people own the same amount of assets as the specified majority.

the Secretary General called the inequality characteristic of our time which is measured not only in material values, but also the chances of people to succeed in life.

a Direct attack on human rights Guterres called the discrimination against indigenous peoples, migrants, refugees and other minority groups.

against the background of the pandemic, UN Secretary-General proposed to build a more equal world and a new social contract. According to him, the world was out of balance long before the coronavirus, but the tragedy of the pandemic gave a chance to build a more sustainable world.

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