Sustainable Development Goals

Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities

goal 10 reduced inequalities

The tenth Sustainable Development Goal is to reduce inequality within and among countries.


67 modules have intended learning outcomes directly relating to this goal, and 4,827 students have the opportunity to choose these modules.


246 articles relating to this goal were published in Scopus between 2018 and 2022, and 7,154 articles were 'cited by' in Scopus.

What we’re doing (University activity)


The University of Leicester proudly marked a significant milestone on the evening of Tuesday 26 September 2023 with the inaugural Human Library event. The ground-breaking initiative served as a catalyst for meaningful dialogue, enhanced understanding, and the cultivation of empathy within our diverse community of citizens. The Human Library, in its essence, embodies the concept of a "library of people." Each individual who lent their story from our metaphorical bookshelf represented a segment of our society.


The School of Sociology offers a module on Race, Ethnicity and Racisms in Britain (SY1025). It uses the city of Leicester as its starting point and the module aims to develop a foundational understanding of the sociology of race and ethnicity as social constructs, and as one lens through which to better understand social inequalities in late-modern Britain.


Dr Zovanga Kone explores whether migration can be managed in a way that is beneficial to all. By investigating the public consciousness following Brexit and searching for the truth behind the headlines, Dr Kone hopes to understand the migrant experience and contribute to better global management of migration.

Courses/modules relating to the goal

Life Sciences

Science and Engineering

Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities

Archaeology and Ancient History

Business - Accounting



Film Studies

History, Politics and International Relations


Media and Communication

Modern Languages


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