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Centre for Global Equality

The Centre for Global Equality focuses the resources available in world centres of excellence such as Cambridge on evolving innovative solutions to global challenges. We contribute to greater global equality by improving access for the underprivileged to the intellectual, social and financial resources usually reserved for the elite.

The Global Challenges Forum is the University of Cambridge research network for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), aiming to enhance the contribution of its research towards addressing global challanges. We are a network of over 140 researchers from across the University. Participants come from the physical and biological sciences, engineering and technology, business, law and medicine, and the arts, humanities and social sciences. We collaborate with other networks and groups whose work engages global challenges.

We are a network of NGOs, academics, businesses and individuals who work collaboratively towards reducing extreme inequality, a root cause of poverty and marginalisation globally. Based in Cambridge, we have over 50 member organisations that work on more than 90 projects in 27 countries.

 

www.centreforglobalequality.org

www.globalchallengesforum.group.cam.ac.uk

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