#ParisPeaceForum2021 l Kamala Harris On Equality And Inequality

#ParisPeaceForum2021 l Kamala Harris On Equality And Inequality. #KamalaHarris

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The 4th edition of the Paris Peace Forum started on November 11th. Many world leaders and debate are scheduled to be discussed. The opening night started at 5pm, local time.

The main speakers of the evening are : representing the United States of America, her Excellence Kamala Harris with an opening speech on Bringing The Gap On Equality and Inequality. Representing Nigeria is his Excellency Muhammadu Buhari on the subject of COVID-19 Vaccine Inequality. Bangladesh is represented by her Excellency Sheikh Hasina and last but least, President of France, Emmanuel Macron pour the host country.

Vice President of the US, Kamala HARRIS at the opening ceremony of the Paris Peace Forum 2021, Stess tv news, Stess news, Jessica Cardiny
Vice President of the US, Kamala HARRIS at the opening ceremony of the Paris Peace Forum 2021 | Photo @ Jessica Cardiny

Her Excellence Kamala Harris, Vice President of the US was the first leader to speak during the opening evening. Her speech was centered on Equality and Inequality.

Reaching the ideal of Equality is a goal shared by many worldwide. In the past, just like in the present, the gap between Equality and Inequality has always existed. It is true that, sometimes, the gap has decreased but most often than not, it is increasing.

[…] to reach this ideal (equality), we must acknowledge that inequality has always existed in this world – Vice President Kamala Harris

Most recently, and who out to defend emek the inequality Gap has undoubtedly widen, added Harris.

On the global scale, extreme poverty is on the rise. In November 2021, the word food program has published that Madagascar is the first country in the world to reach famine due to climate changes, making it close to impossible to grow crops. But just like extreme poverty is getting worse extreme wealth is getting better.

At the beginning of November 2021, the World Food Programme announced that Madagascar is the first country to be hit by famine due to climate change. In the South of Madagascar, it has clearly became close to impossible to grow crops due to the lack of rain, which means that people cannot feed their families.

Gender equality has stopped progressing. Experts suggest that, it will now take decades for women to achieve parity with men, added Harris.

During the pandemic and with the gap between extremes widening on a global scale, the struggle to ensure that every child has access to a quality education has become much more difficult, said Harris.

Leaders are confronted with the worsening of equality on many factors. The cry for leaders to acknowledge the cap in inequalities has grown and more and more citizens, organizations, are making their voices heard on the subject.

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