Reducing global inequality starts with every woman, every child

Children should have the same life-chances no matter where they are born

By Joe Cerrell  

A Cameroonian baby and her mother: Andrew Harnik © AP/Press Association Images

If you give birth to a child in the UK in 2016 you might have a number of hopes for their future: a successful education, a place at university, a career, a family of their own. But if your child were to be born somewhere else in the world, in one of the countries where one billion people who still live on less than $1.25…

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