Politics of Poverty
As the US reassumes a leadership role at the G20, can it deliver an equitable path to recovery? Five critical steps to take
Founded in 1999, the G20 brings together the world’s major economies. At the G20 Summit this October, the US can and should lead the way on concrete, actionable commitments to deliver an equitable recovery from the COVID-19 crisis—one that supports countries which have been hit the hardest.
As President Biden prepares for a speech on April 28, we step back to take stock of his administration thus far. We find a lot to celebrate, and a lot of room for progress.
No matter where or how you live in this world, we all deserve to be treated equally and with dignity and compassion. We all deserve the same basic rights, from a livable planet to food and shelter, education, and healthcare.