Social Cohesion

3. Horizontal relations (Citizen-Citizen)

Monitors long-term people-centered actions towards building equitable and resilient societies and sustainable social cohesion solutions across social identities such as gender, race, ethnicity, religion, caste, class and sexual orientation. Data measuring potential causes of horizontal (Citizen on Citizen) tensions such as the prevalence of discrimination in any form (gender, religion, ethnicity) or economic inequality, ethnic fractionalization, vulnerable populations, intergenerational conflict, etc.