• Countries of advanced economies are not doing enough to distribute their income and wealth and ensure inclusive growth, and many developing countries find wealth and income inequalities a significant challenge.
  • Social exclusion due to age, race, caste, sex, socioeconomic status, migration status, sexual identity or disability still exist and has prevented people from exercising their decisions and rights, resulting in material deprivation, the denial of opportunities or unequal access to resources.
  • There is a lack of inclusive education for all children of all conditions with many schools maintaining separate areas and separate curricula for children who experience some disability.
  • Many indigenous people have been dispossessed of their lands due to colonization.
  • Issues still exist on women’s rights worldwide, despite efforts to campaign for gender equality.
  • Gender equity and gender pay gap issues  exist across many workplaces worldwide.
  • Children and women continue to get abused in violent households.
  • Unlawful torture and imprisonment are still the the norm in some regions.

  • Self-centered attitudes and the lack of consideration for others.
  • Cultural prejudices are used to justify oppression.
  • Prejudice that people with disabilities cannot learn or contribute to society.
  • Greed for power and colonization that strips people of their basic right to live against their will.
  • Preconceived notions or stereotypical attitudes that provide lack of respect for certain beliefs and value streams.
  • Laws that give corporations advantages over people.
  • Lenient laws that do not prohibit violations against human rights.
  • Failure to correct acts of violence when they start arising.
  • In discriminant use of power against indigenous people.
  • Breeds a society that promotes misogyny.
  • Suppression of freedom of speech towards human rights abuses shelters the accused from accountability, propagating its practices.
  • Children and women can be incapacitated by trauma associated with interpersonal violence.
  • When people are subject to mistreatment, lack of trust undermines a sense of community.

  • Firms that fail to internationalize themselves will be unable to maintain high productivity standards and stay efficient in the long run.
  • Ongoing social exclusion leads to inter-generational poverty since some member of society are unable to move ahead.
  • The exclusion of some children from education settings could result in this group of individuals being deprived of opportunities.
  • Work to restore power over land resources to indigenous people.
  • Promote tolerance in schools through civic and moral education classes and increased group activities.
  • Encourage parents to inculcate proper family values in the child’s developing years.
  • Impose harsher penalties for domestic violence and provide shelter for family members experiencing abuse.
  • Work to eliminate corruption in governmental institutions.

  • Promote volunteerism across all levels of the community, including schools.
  • Create laws and social institutions that are inclusive of all citizens.
  • Build educational systems that respect learning differences and promote the unique talents of each person.