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Reducing inequalities and ensuring that inequality is not perpetuated is a priority for all international development research programmes.

As described in the 10th Sustainable Development Goal (SDG10) reducing inequalities and ensuring ‘no one is left behind’ are essential to achieve sustainable development, poverty reduction and social cohesion.

By 2030, SDG10 aims to reduce inequalities based on income, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, race, class, ethnicity, religion and opportunity. Please read more about reducing inequalities facts, figures and targets on the UN SDG 10 page and the EC International Cooperation page.

The University‘s institutional values of freedom of expression and freedom of thought are underpinned by the principles of mutual respect, inclusivity and celebration of diversity.

Find out more about equality and avoiding biases in research in the University’s Equal Opportunities Policy and visit the University’s Equality and Diversity HR department webpage to access training and other resources.

Gender equality

Open Access and Data Management