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Strategic Intelligence map: Social Justice

1 February 2021

This resource was produced by MRG’s partner(s) with MRG. It remains the property of the organization(s) in question and does not necessarily reflect the views of MRG.

Tragic events have focused more on the structural inequalities and injustices undermining our collective security and economic well-being. While the Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted disparities in healthcare systems, the mistreatment of minorities and indigenous peoples has generated a relentless series of distressing headlines. Whether based on race, caste, religion, sexual orientation, gender, or immigration status, discrimination remains rampant. Fully realising the promise of the United Nations over 75 years after its founding will require a fundamental shift to a more forward-looking social vision, which takes historical injustice into account while tapping the broadest possible talent pool for solutions.

This map was based on the views of a wide range of experts from the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network and was curated in partnership with MRG’s Executive Director Joshua Castellino and Deputy Director Claire Thomas. It is fully accessible for free upon registration.


Joshua Castellino

Co-Executive Director

Minority Rights Group

Claire Thomas

Co-Executive Director

Minority Rights Group