Social inequality is at the heart of the Agenda for Sustainable Development. The analysis focuses on some of the main axes that serve to structure social inequality gender, ethnicity, race, age or stage of the life cycle, and territory in order to illustrate how they influence the depth of the equality gaps, their persistence over time and their reproduction. Often, the multiple dimensions of inequality concatenate, intersect and exacerbate one other, hitting certain population groups harder than others. The analysis of the multiple dimensions must be taken on board and developed further if the countries are to advance along the path towards sustainable development.
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Gender Equality in Latin America
Deep inequalities worsen Latin America and Caribbean vulnerabilities to crises: IDB report | IADB
Latin America’s top five countries for gender equality
How has gender inequality affected women in Latin American countries? Gender inequality has affected the women of Latin America in a multitude of ways, but it can be argued that the division of gender equality is extremely prominent when analyzing reproductive rights and health care access. Compared to countries such as Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States, Latin America is far behind in terms of civil rights and reproductive rights.