The Rugby World Cup is underway in New Zealand.
But who of the 20 nations taking part in the competition plays fair on matters of social equality and justice?
‘Level With Me‘ is a project of Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand designed to get people thinking about social and global inequality. Caritas ranked the 20 countries based on various social indicators, pointing to social equality or inequality.
The top five are Japan, Ireland, Samoa, Canada and New Zealand. The bottom place (or wooden spoon as they call it in rugby) goes to Russia.
Think it’s a fair representation? What about gender inequality in the Pacific islands? Have the goals posts been moved to give New Zealand an unfair advantage? Comment and more on their blog.