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The Road to Development Justice

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Published on Jul 21, 2014

Inequality is now so high that a woman garment worker earns less in a year than the Walton family earns every second. Climate change will force 50 million people to migrate from Bangladesh alone. The global crises of inequality and climate are both caused by our global economy. Together they threaten the future of humanity. It's time for a new model - a model of Development Justice. This video explains Development Justice and the shifts civil society in the Global South demand. It makes the case for why we need a new development model to address the double crises of inequality and environmental collapse. If you'd like to use this video and for citations on statistics used in this video, or dub this video in your language, email leanne@apwld.org.

We would like to acknowledge the use of data on wealth flows between rich and poor countries from "Global Wealth Inequality" by therules.org.

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