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Inequality is a key structural problem that Latin American and Caribbean countries must face to achieve sustainable development. Public policies such as those promoting decent work, social protection and progressive taxation have an important role to play.  Public-private partnerships can also provide large-scale solutions for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  This report provides two examples from FEALAC Member States in Latin America and the Caribbean-- the Family Subsidy System in Colombia and the Youth Building the Future Programme in Mexico-- to illustrate how public-private partnership initiatives can contribute to the reduction of inequality.

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