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About 444 million registered migrants.
About 25 million people born in a developing country are living in the EU, representing around 5% of their total population.
- Borned in a developing country
- Remaining UE population
65.3 million refugees and asylum seekers.
Women represent 52.4% of international migrants in Europe.
Globally, gender equality rate is around 68%.
Gender equality in economic terms stands at 59%.
Political empowerment is the sector where gender inequality is most pronounced, with a record of 23%.
Labor and wage equality are expected to occur only 170 years from now.
In 1950, 30% of the world’s population was urban.
- Urban population
- Rural population
In 2008, the urban population reached 3.3 billion, surpassing, for the first time in human history, the rural population.
By 2030, about 60% of the world’s population can live in urban centers.
- Population living in urban centers
- Population living in rural areas
By 2050, the world’s population could reach 9 billion.