Riyadh Expo 2030
Caring for humanity and increasing sustainable practices pose a huge challenge. The gap between the rich and poor has widened dramatically in recent years, with 71 percent of the world’s population today living in countries where income inequality is high. This stark difference also exists at the national level, where the inability of different countries to care for their citizens increases, and this class gap is considered one of the major issues that this generation suffers from and that requires concerted efforts to confront it, which is still missing to this day.
And through the theme of prosperity for all, we seek to achieve a comprehensive world that provides high accessibility, strategies that support immigrants and refugees, and its members, despite their different races and ages, enjoy equal opportunities in education and work in any geographical location they are, and we support the advancement of solutions to humanitarian needs as we discuss the future of work And new opportunities, opportunities for the development of medicine and biotechnology, and most importantly we put steps towards peaceful and prosperous coexistence.
Achieving shared prosperity in these areas is not an easy task due to the slowing economy and the exacerbation of inequality, as we continue to witness systemic and widespread inequalities, while the economic mobility of different generations is faltering around the world, and opportunities remain available to many people. They are linked to the social status of their parents and not to their personal capabilities. People with disabilities are expected to live in poverty more than others. Progress toward gender equality is delayed, and women’s rights are deteriorating in many places, as unfair new laws are enacted that deprive them of dignity and justice.
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