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SDG 10 - Reduced inequalities

ODS 10 - Reduzir as desigualdades
REDUCE INEQUALITY WITHIN
AND AMONG COUNTRIES

INITIATIVES

NOVA University Lisbon contributes to tackle the SDG10 with initiatives including, but not limited to:

  • The creation of the Inclusive Community Forum at Nova SBE, an initiative addressing the lives of people with disabilities that seeks to promote a more inclusive community.

  • NOVA has a non-discriminatory admissions policy and an inclusive recruitment process.
  • Nova SBE joined forces with partner to launch the Social Equity Initiative, a partnership that aims to promote the social sector in Portugal in the long run, sketching a portrait of the sector and developing research and empowerment programs to support Portuguese social organizations.

 

  • Other initiatives:

Unit

Initiative

Nova SBE

Nova SBE Leadership for Impact Knowledge Center

Nova SBE NOVAFRICA Knowledge Center

beNOVA Scholarship

 

Numbers

Number of students starting a first degree

 

Number of first generation students starting a first degree

 

Number of first degree students

 

Number of first degree international students from low and lower middle income countries receiving financial aid

 

Number of students

 

Number of students with disabilities

 

Number of employees

 

Number of employees with disabilities

 

 

Academic Contribution

Publications and Projects

NOVA contributes significantly to the research into the area of SDG10. Publications and projects in this area will soon be in our NOVA Research Portal.

Learning

NOVA University Lisbon has a strong formative offer, distinguished by quality and variety, linked to the SDGs. We support the integration of interdisciplinarity and sustainability in all our study cycles.

SDG

Learning

SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities

Master in Women’s Studies. Women in Society and in Culture (FCSH)

Master in Migration, Inter-ethnicity and Transnationalism (FCSH)

Master in Crossways in Culture Narratives (FCSH)

PhD in Gender Studies (FCSH, FD)