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Sustainable Development/ Reduced Inequalities

   Income inequality has increased nearly everywhere in recent decades, but at different speeds. It’s the lowest in Europe and highest in the Middle East. These widening disparities require sound policies to empower lower income earners, 
   and promote economic inclusion of all regardless of sex, race or ethnicity. Income inequality requires global solutions. This involves improving the regulation and monitoring of financial markets and institutions, encouraging development 
   assistance and foreign direct investment to regions where the need is greatest. Facilitating the safe migration and mobility of people is also key to bridging the widening divide.

   Over the past decade, inequality has become one of the most complex and confusing challenges in the global economy, because it takes many forms, including inequality of opportunity; inequality across generations; inequality between women and men, 
   the inequality in income and wealth. Despite all that, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was able to provide the tools through which to reduce this global phenomenon. One of the most important of which is the directions of Vision 2030, which is based on many 
   radical reforms in the structure of the economy, which provided additional support to reduce inequality. The University of Hail has adopted a policy of equal opportunities for both genders to ensure equality of rights among all individuals, improve regulation 
   and oversight procedures, encourage students with abilities to participate in various activities at the university and motivate them financially and morally.