Global inequality is extensive and represents one of the major obstacles to sustainable development and the fight against poverty. In recent years it has increased in many countries, effectively limiting the possibilities of certain sectors of society to participate in social, cultural, political and economic life and to make a useful contribution. Goal 10 of the United Nations 2030 agenda aims to reduce it not only between different countries, but also within each individual nation. This is the basis of the discussion scheduled for 25 June at the Rovereto Peace Bell Foundation in the seminar coordinated by Professor Giuseppe Nesi, Italian jurist and lecturer, former Dean of the Faculty of Law, Trento University and legal advisor to the president of the United Nations General Assembly in the 65th session, from 2010 to 2011. Recently elected member of the UN International Law Commission (mandate 2023-2027).

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