Not one step back: let’s close the gaps of multidimensional inequality in El SalvadorAuthor / Authors: Oxfam
Publication date: 10/02/2021
This research, supported by EUROsociAL +, aims to analyze multidimensional inequality in El Salvador in the period 2014-2019. To do this, we used basic Framework Multidimensional Inequalities (MMD) developed by the Center for Analysis of Social Exclusion (CASE) at the London School of Economics, the School of Oriental and African Studies at SOAS University of London and Oxfam9 . This framework is based on the capability approach of Amartya Sen and seeks to complement the notion of income inequality with a methodology that addresses a multidimensional perspective. From this perspective, inequality is expressed in different important domains for people’s well-being, such as health, security, education, employment, adequate living conditions, and participation and influence in public affairs.
This publication has an “”DESIGUALES” web section which places us in front of the mirror as a society, as institutions, as people, through the photographs, videos and voices of those who allowed us to approach one day in their daily life.
It is also complemented by the following publications:
EUROsociAL + 66 Tool: Towards a Transformative Social Protection in El Salvador
EUROsociAL + 67 tool: Transparency and citizen participation in El Salvador
CategoriesType edition: EUROsociAL+ Tools
Series: Learning about social cohesion
Type of publication: EUROsociAL+ Tools
Area: Democratic governance policies, Gender equality policies, Social policies
Keyword: Keywords Multidimensional Framework of Inequalities, health, security, education, social pact, decent work, COVID19
SDG: No poverty, Good health & well-being, Quality education, Gender equality, Decent work and economic growth, Reduced inequalities, Sustainable cities and communities, Peace, justice and strong institutions, Partnerships for the goals