(24 July 2018) – How is your country doing with the UN sustainable development goal n°10? Find out with a Eurostat interactive and user-friendly graph.
The United Nations’ sustainable development goal (SDG) 10 ‘Reduced inequalities’ calls for increasing the income of bottom 40 % of the population and reducing inequalities based on income, sex, age, disability, race, class, ethnicity, religion and opportunity. This will be done by adopting relevant policies and legislation.
Monitoring SDG 10 in an EU context focuses on progress made in reducing inequalities between and within countries and in achieving social inclusion and safe migration.
How is your country doing in this regard? Find out with Eurostat’s easy and user-friendly graph. Compare your country’s progress over time and with other Member States.
Choose from a range of indicators, such as household income, income equality, people at risk of poverty or gross domestic product per capita.