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Poverty and Shared Prosperity 2016: Taking on Inequality

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Date: Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Time: 13:30 - 15:00 GMT/ 9:30 - 11 am ET or convert time
Location: Preston Auditorium, Washington DC

With global economic growth expected to slow in the years to come, it will be ever more important for countries to make a concerted effort to reach the least well-off with policies and programs that can help them move upward. This event will take an in-depth look at the findings and recommendations of the WBG's new flagship report on Poverty and Shared Prosperity, which this year has a special focus on inequality. The discussion in this event will help to further the institution's agenda in these core areas, strengthen the WBG’s voice in the global discussion about inequality, hear from partners on how we can all work together to encourage progress, and bring to light some of the persistent challenges that countries face in improving the lives of their poorest citizens.

Report: Poverty and Shared Prosperity 2016 : Taking on Inequality
Press Release: Tackling Inequality Vital to Ending Extreme Poverty by 2030
Video: To End Extreme Poverty by 2030, We Need to Tackle Inequality
Infographic: Poverty and Shared Prosperity 2016
Blog: Let’s take on inequality seriously, seriously
Data Visualization: Chart: Fewer People Live in Extreme Poverty
Website: World Bank and Poverty
Website: World Bank and Inequality
Website: World Bank Research

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Featuring

Executive Director of Oxfam International
Vice President, Equitable Growth, Finance, and Institutions
Executive Director, INEC Ecuador
Minister of Finance, Indonesia
Senior Adviser, Development Research Group, World Bank
BBC Americas Bureau Chief