Former New Zealander Prime Minister and Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Helen Clark, delivers a speech during the opening of the Equator prize 2015 award ceremony, Paris, December 7, 2015. AFP / Miguel MEDINA
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The United Nations says that 2 billion people have lifted themselves out of low human development in the last 25 years.The Human Development Index by the United Nations Development Program calls for equitable and decent work for all. Decent work contributes to both the richness of economies and the richness of human lives, UNDP administrator Helen Clark said.It detailed that while women carry out 52 percent of all global work, glaring inequalities in the distribution of work remain.
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