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.
Cigéo, the deep underground vault holding 80,000 cubic metres of waste
Mosaic Science Global Competitiveness Report 2019 In January 1997, the crew of a fishing vessel in the Baltic Sea foundRead more.
Evolution tells us we might be the only intelligent life in the universe
Nick Longrich, University of Bath October 18, 2019 12.39pm BST Are we alone in the universe? It comes down toRead more.
Nelly Minyersky: The green queen
Through their campaigns to protest gender violence and femicide, such as #NiUnaMenos (Not one less), and their fight for theRead more.
Mohamed Sidibay: The role of teachers is to restore our confidence
Orphaned at the age of five, Mohamed Sidibay became a child soldier during the civil war in Sierra Leone, andRead more.
7 Million People Receive Record Levels of Lifesaving TB Treatment but 3 Million Still Miss Out
By: Haffiya Elyas More people received life-saving treatment for tuberculosis (TB) in 2018 than ever before, largely due to improvedRead more.
The zombie robot argument lurches on: There is no evidence that automation leads to joblessness or inequality
Report • By Lawrence Mishel and Josh Bivens The media are full of stories about robots and automation destroying the jobsRead more.
Governments Worldwide Launched 294 Reforms over the Past Year to Make Doing Business Easier
World Bank Governments of 115 economies around the world launched 294 reforms over the past year to make doing businessRead more.
Yes, Global Inequality Has Fallen. No, We Shouldn’t Be Complacent.
World Bank Between 2008 and 2013, global inequality fell for the first time since the industrial revolution, according to theRead more.
FAO Guide Supports Integrated Management of Forests and Water
FAO A new guide by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) titled, ‘Advancing the Forest and WaterRead more.
Sudanese Bring down Dictator Abbud (October Revolution), 1964
By October of 1964, an issue called the “Southern Problem” had formed in Sudan. This Southern Problem was essentially aRead more.
International Day of Rural Women: 2019 Theme: Rural Women and Girls Building Climate Resilience
As the world faces a critical need to act against climate change, this year’s theme highlights the important role thatRead more.