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Helena Dalli gives the latest on what the EU is doing to tackle inequalities

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Inequalities throughout the European Union have been highlighted by the pandemic and in many situations, they have been worsened by it too. But these inequalities also existed before. We talk to Helena Dalli, the EU Commissioner for Equality, to discuss what is being done to tackle them.

Added on the 04/03/2021 19:30:47 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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