Overcoming inequality is at the heart of the Sustainable Development Goals. Major progress has been made on poverty reduction, but without a clear baseline regarding the current state of global inequality, policy and action become less effective.

UNU research is building comprehensive databases to inform policymakers and governments of where, why, and to what extent global income inequality exists. The aim is to clarify the social and political dynamics that drive inequality, so that policy and social support systems can respond to chronic and emerging trends.

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Vaccines to Vaccinations: Gender in Promoting Immunisation

Exploring gender influence on immunization promotion: insights into equitable health Interventions by UNU-IIGH.

17 May 2022


2022 APEC Healthy Women, Healthy Economies Research Prize

The APEC Healthy Women, Healthy Economies Research Prize 2022 recognising excellence in promoting women's well-being and economic empowerment.

10 May 2022


Postdoctoral Fellowship 2022

Nurture Research Excellence: UNU-IIGH's 2022 Postdoctoral Fellowship. A platform for impactful global health research advancement.

09 May 2022


Centring Equality in the Implementation of the Global Compact on Migration

This side-event to the International Migration Review Forum brought together high-level speakers from the UN, academia, and civil society.



Vaccines to Vaccinations: Gender in Promoting Immunisation

The seminar will review the cost of gender inequity in COVID-19 response, focusing on vaccination.



Call for Submissions: Case Studies on Integrating Gender into Government Health Programmes

UNU-IIGH and partners are inviting organisations and professionals to submit information on government health programmes.

18 Apr 2022


Migration and Inequality Expert Appointed Head of Equitable Development and Migration

Professor Heaven Crawley will lead UNU-CPR's Equitable Development and Migration programme.

01 Apr 2022