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Reduce Inequalities

reduce inequalities"The endurance of the inequalities of life by the poor is the marvel of human society."

Inequalities can be referred in terms of economic or social sciences. Economic inequality (or "wealth and income differences") comprises all disparities in the distribution of economic assets and income. The term typically refers to inequality among individuals and groups within a society.

We ABS, demonstrate the main instrument which diminishes economic inequality, progressive taxation to be effective in international comparisons of income compression and wealth distribution.

Income distribution has always been a central concern of economic theory and economic policy. Also one of the most basic principles of democracy is the notion that every citizen’s preferences should count equally in the realm of politics and government. In common society we have seen that mostly the rich people in the society get even richer whereas the poorer ones are left poor. They are mostly not given an opportunity to grow hence this widens the gap between the rich and poor people. We at ABS, give balance economic spreading which satisfies the central idea of “Income distribution” and also helps to break the barriers between the rich and poor society.

“A key characteristic of a democracy is the continued responsiveness of the government to the preferences of its citizens, considered as political equals.”

But there are a variety of good reasons to believe that citizens are not considered as political equals by policy-makers in real political systems.  Wealthier and better-educated citizens are more likely than the poor and less educated to have well-formulated and well-informed preferences. These increasingly unequal distributions of income – and the even more unequal distribution of wealth – are problematic for a democratic system. ABS makes our efforts to bridge the gap between the rich and poor people by providing the poor new ways of enhancing their lives and to equip themselves with better earning abilities.

We at ABS provide a forum for economic investigations and analyses of the numerous questions regarding economic and social inequalities, both at the theoretical and the empirical level.

We ABS, also help to discard such inequalities in the society by conducting a multiple programs which give the people realization of their skills and areas of earning. We promote “Education” which plays the most vital role. If children are given proper education, they would definitely grow up to be well employed so the next generation will not have to face the problem of unemployment which will automatically break the wall of income inequalities.

“The worst form of inequality is to try to make unequal things equal."

ABS gives balanced economical spreading in all societies by giving employment to the unemployed (giving jobs). We also help them start businesses for their social development, which will help them reduce inequalities among societies. We also encourage the people to approach co-operative societies for financial help for their education and business purposes. With the help of many more such efforts we try to bridge the gap between the rich and poor.