For sustainable development, universal wellbeing should be the goal, rather than endless growth. Minimizing further growth in human populations is only part of the solution, but an essential part.
Work done within the home, including caring for children, is extremely important to society but undervalued and poorly tracked.
Local officials can now find information from all sectors, such as health, education, women’s empowerment, child protection, and human rights and law, to help them address child and teen marriage in their area.
Bhutan is using an innovative financing system to ensure its citizens have access to quality affordable health care.
In the Philippines, cloud-based technology is being used to address the financial exclusion that helps fuel poverty and inequality.
Countries around the world are taking an integrated approach to address the complexities of poverty.
A landmark international agreement designed to eliminate violence and harassment in the workplace has been passed. Now comes the hard part.
To understand fragility and resilience in Papua New Guinea, look to history and the people living in the country’s most vulnerable areas.
Involuntary resettlement can improve the lives of the resettled while reducing poverty and delivering results for development projects
Millions of Asia’s informal workers – such as vendors, day laborers, and others – are left out of national pension systems. Here’s what we can do to help them in their later years.