COP 25: Bending the ìKeeling Curveî
Elena Kosolapova, Ph.D. Following Chileís decision not to host the 2019 UN Climate Change Conference in Santiago, the Bureau ofRead more.
Human Development Report 2016: Human Development for Everyone
Universalism is at the core of the human development approach. Human freedoms must be enlarged for all human beings—not aRead more.
Balancing act: Anti-terror efforts and humanitarian principles A conversation on how counter-terror laws impede aid work.
Vittoria Elliott, Freelance journalist,Ben Parker The unintended consequences of counter-terrorism legislation are increasingly hitting humanitarian workers: blocked aid to civilians,Read more.
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT REPORT 2001
Making new technologies work for human development Development and technology enjoy an uneasy relationship: within development circles there is aRead more.
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT REPORT 1993.
The past decade has been a decade of the people. The forces of democracy are spreading across many lands. NewRead more.
Divergent Positions on Benefit-sharing Hold Up Agreement in Talks on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture
Lynn Wagner, Ph.D. Group Director, SDG Knowledge Program; Interim Director, Reporting Services; IISD The resumed ninth session of the Ad Hoc Open-endedRead more.
High Mountain Summit Calls for Action, Science to Protect the World’s Water Towers
Wangu Mwangi Thematic Expert for Land, Soil, and Desertification (Kenya With an estimated 50% of the earth’s population reliant onRead more.
First African Climate Risks Conference Showcases Climate Research in Africa
Lynn Wagner, Ph.D. Group Director, SDG Knowledge Program; Interim Director, Reporting Services; IISD Held under the theme, ‘Dismantling Barriers toRead more.
What really influences our behaviours?
Thomas Dunmore Rodriguez and Ruth Mayne How can civil society curb negative behaviours and practices, such as violence against womenRead more.
The future is bright for digital accountability
Emily Tomkys Valteri Reflections from Programme Manager, Emily Tomkys Valteri on the Your Word Counts Programme as the Humanitarian InnovationRead more.
Betting on blockchain to deliver cash in the Pacific
Sandra Uwantege Hart Sandra Uwantege Hart, Pacific Cash & Livelihoods Lead, describes how Oxfam successfully used blockchain technology to makeRead more.
The role of social networks in household survival
Papy Muzuri Papy Muzuri is an independent researcher and collaborator with LSE’s Centre for Public Authority and International Development. Here, heRead more.