Inequalities Study Group Blog / MSc Sogiology & Global Change

A selection of short blogs looking at global inequality

Education among refugee children

Nowadays the percentages of illiteracy worldwide have been smaller than ever. Education is public in most places of the world…

The prevalence of inequality through the COVID-19 pandemic – Mary Kemp Bruce

“There [are] all sorts of multiple deprivations that people are subject to now and I think Covid is throwing a…

Gender Inequality in Career Promotion: Take China as an Example – Zhuyuan Gan

This blog focuses on the issue of gender inequality in career promotion, mainly based on the following reasons. In today’s…

The sources of regional educational gap in China: unbalanced development and income inequality – Weixuan Li

In recent decades, China has experienced dramatic economic growth. As every coin has two sides, this is followed by more…

Supplementary education: a cause of educational inequality in urban China – Mingwei Chen

Many people are aware of the educational inequality between rural China and urban China. Stories that students born in the…

A look at the intergenerational transmission of education in rural China – Yan Wei

Rural revitalization ultimately depends on talents, and the cultivation of talents depends on education.               — Chinese National Strategic…

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