Images of Inequality

In this space, we invite you to share your images in what we have called our ‘Gallery of images of inequality’.

We encourage you to capture images that in your view represent some of the many faces of inequalities in your neighbourhood, community, school, city, or country. We invite you to upload the image to the Course Padlet Board, adding a title, a brief description, and mention of where the picture was taken: all of which will allow others to better appreciate and understand the image.

This exercise will help give greater prominence to situations that often, and unfortunately, are kept hidden or become normalised.

This activity is optional.

The tool is very straightforward to use, but should you encounter any difficulties, click here to consult the manual, or contact us for assistance.

You can enter your contribution here.

By following the above link you will be taken to a third party website, the use of which has been arranged by and is the responsibility of UNESCO. On this website you will be asked to submit some information about yourself. Please make sure you are familiar with the terms and conditions and privacy policy of the third party website before submitting your information. UNESCO will only use your personal information for the purpose stated above and in accordance with the terms of the third party website.

Whether you follow the above link and submit your personal information or not, your course progress will in no way be affected. Nor will your course marks or FutureLearn profile. For the purposes of any personal information submitted via the third party website UNESCO will be the data controller, not FutureLearn.

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Inequalities in Latin America and the Caribbean: Research, Policy and Management for Social Transformations

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