The children of today will inherit the world of tomorrow. But what kind of environment do they want?
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The notion of integrating women into development has become a cliché, monotonously repeated at every international gathering since the 1975 Women’s Conference in Mexico. But what, if anything, does it mean? And what should it mean? By Maggie Black.
Filed in: Features
Women’s rights are human rights - here’s why.
Filed in: Women
As the polls loom, Moses Wasamu outlines the implications of a fiercely contested vote, including candidates accused of crimes against humanity.
There are two crises of the environment. For the majority in the developed world, there is a crisis of ‘too much’; for the developing world a crisis of ‘too little’.
Sally Healy speaks to Hassan Sheikh Mohamud about his hopes for security in Somalia, which must begin to ‘address the bitter memories’ of its past.
A 10-point action plan for policymakers, illustrated by Kate Charlesworth.
Filed in: Equality
Saleyha Ahsan on the grassroots NGOs providing humanitarian care in Syria, despite lack of support from major development agencies.