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#10: Reduced Inequalities

What does it mean to reduce inequality in the world? Why should I care?

Find out: Watch this clip to learn more about the importance of reducing inequalities in the world.


While you are watching and listening you might like to think about these questions.

What do the words reduce and inequality mean?

Can you translate these words into another language?

Do you think children are all treated fairly in our world? Why or why not?

Why do you think people are sometimes treated differently?


How does inequality affect people?

Understanding Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities (Primary)



Child labor Around The World Is More Complicated Than You Think


Rich versus Poor-Social Experiment

Bedrooms of Children around the world


Doll test - The effects of racism on children

Ability/ Disability


Cephas Williams (British)

Portraits of Black Britain

Shaun Tan (Australian)

The Arrival-Migration


Ai Weiwei (Chinese/American Artist)

Berlin Project

Bas Timmer-Homeless Suit Designer

More Artists

Lydia Makepeace (American)





Kojo Marfo (Ghana)

Studio visit with Kojo Marfo | JD Malat Gallery

Art Idea: Clothing Design

Research and learn more about The ShelterSuit.


Can you design a pop-up emergency home? Similar to the Sheltersuit for people to use in case of a natural disaster or a war.


You might also like to design a piece of clothing that might help people in an emergency like a fire or flood? 

Art Idea: Business Design

Design a new way to have a business that can move around. 


For example if you had your own bakery, an ice cream shop or noodle business, how could you change your shop so that it goes to the people and so that people don’t have to come to you?

Draw or paint your ideas or design a 3D model using tinkercad.


Art Idea: Symbols of Equality

Look at a range of symbols from around the world. Can you understand what they represent?

Your task is to make up your own symbols that show equality. Draw and colour these in.

Display them in an unusual way like on the side of a recycle soft drink can, water bottle or umbrella!

Art Idea: 
Art Supply Inequality Challenge

In a lot of countries children don’t have access to lots of different art materials like paints, papers, pencils, hot glue, paper mache and markers.


Your challenge is to use common junk materials like plastic bottles, used clean chopsticks, pizza boxes etc. to make a moving car or a piece of art.

Check out these amazing examples from students in Mwanza, Tanzania.


Taking Action

Here is a list of ideas from the Good Life Goals that can help you to take action on goal #10.


Taking Action

Where do I start?

New Ideas & Resources

Coming soon!

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