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.
The graduation approach provides a sequenced intervention designed to overcome multiple barriers that prevent the extreme poor from breaking out of poverty.
At Camp No 5, in Cox's Bazar, there are about 632,000 displaced people still living in terrible conditions. But an international humanitarian effort is helping people in the community in southern Bangladesh live a better life.
Skills training, civic engagement and youth forums will help young people become active players in society’s shared efforts to grow and improve.
Public work programs can build much-needed infrastructure while helping lift people out of poverty and shield them from the effects of natural disasters and economic crises
The excessive use of technical language in international development can keep vital information away from the people who need it the most.
An aging population can have a dramatic impact on a country’s economy but Japan has shown that innovative approaches and policies can help mitigate the effects