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Racial and Gender inequality: The Stagnant Economy of the marginalized

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posted on 2023-08-09, 20:17 authored by Jacob MahlanguJacob Mahlangu

The racial and Gender inequality that continues to exist post the colonial era. The majority of blacks and women in developing countries are facing a Stagnant Economy. They are mostly found in the informal sector selling products at Central Business Districts. They lack employment and access to financial institutions that could empower them economically. With colonialism gone it reintroduces itself in the form of neo-colonialism. Developed countries still exploit the resources of developing countries while offering the natural inhabitants cheap labour. Utilizing the theoretical frameworks of post colonialism and feminism the paper seeks to highlight the factors that hinder the Sustainable Development Goal of global equality.




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University of Pretoria

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