Future Development: Where has the Millennium Challenge Corporation succeeded and failed to incentivize reform—and why?
Bradley Parks Among the 23 federal agencies that are involved in the design and delivery of U.S. foreign assistance programs,Read more.
Companies Spoke: Did their Suppliers Listen? (3)
Tracking Behind the Brands sustainability commitments through the supply chain with the “agribusiness scorecard OXFAM The agribusiness scorecard measures theRead more.
How to Integrate Gender in Research Planning
Anam Parvez Butt and Irene Guijt Working with Rohingya refugees to improve toilet and washing facilities, Research found that aRead more.
When Failure is an Option?
Lyndsay Stecher Everything we do at Oxfam is possible because of funding. We are not naïve to the fact thatRead more.
Tax Havens Free Zones. Where Think Global, Act Local is more than just a Slogan
Rodrigo Barahona and Susana Ruiz When large companies and wealthy individuals divert part of their income to tax havens, thisRead more.
UNEP Report Explores Emerging Issues of Environmental Concern
Elsa Tsioumani, Ph.D. The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) published a report titled, ‘Frontiers 2018/19: Emerging Issues of Environmental Concern,’ focusingRead more.
Governments and Corporates: Driving Each Other Forward on Ambitious Climate Action
Pietro Bertazzi The science is clear. To hold temperature rise to 1.5°C we need to urgently, and rapidly, bend theRead more.
Latin America SDG Audit Shows Need for Coordination and Integration
Nathalie Risse, Ph.D. The Federal Court of Accounts of Brazil (TCU) led a coordinated audit on the preparedness of LatinRead more.
Companies Spoke: Did their Suppliers Listen? (2)
Tracking behind the Brands sustainability commitments through the supply chain with the “agribusiness scorecard OXFAM For decades, people have soughtRead more.
Migrants in a Global Economy
Carolina Gottardo – Paola Cyment Under half of international migrants throughout the world are women. While large movements of people,Read more.
Women Migrants in the Global Economy: a Global Overview (and Regional Perspectives)
Tanja BastiaCorrespondenceTanja.Bastia@Manchester.ac.uk http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2025-7706 – Nicola Piper Huge advances have been made in deepening and expanding our knowledge of gendered migrationRead more.
CSW 63 Focuses on Social Protection, Public Services and Sustainable Infrastructure
The 63rd session of the UN Commission of the Status of Women (CSW 63) agreed on a set of conclusionsRead more.