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21 November 2019
In advance of COP25, Climate Change Adviser Alejandro González reflects on what recent events in Latin America tell us about climate justice
10 October 2019
How the Rugby World Cup has highlighted the disparity between the carbon emissions of the nations taking part.
09 October 2019
Governance and Human Rights Adviser Gráinne Kilcullen argues that implementation of the International UN Treaty on Business and Human Rights offers a real chance for systemic economic change
19 September 2019
Review of oversight mechanism for SDG implementation will make or break the next decade of action for sustainable development, says Senior Inequalities Advisor Nadia Saracini
22 July 2019
As floods hit South Asia again, Senior Inequalities Adviser Nadia Saracini discusses marginalision in early warning and post-disaster relief
10 July 2019
Which country avoided structural adjustment and underwent economic transformation with the help of a single crop, asks Eric Gutierrez, Senior Adviser From Violence to Peace
01 July 2019
Development research funders need to re-think what research for impact means, argues Head of Research, Evidence and Learning Kate Newman.
25 June 2019
Reporting on challenges around inequality and rights is essential for accountability says Senior Inequalities Adviser Nadia Saracini
03 June 2019
We will not tackle gender injustice if we do not regulate business and human rights practices, says Global Gender and Inequalities Lead Marianna Leite
09 April 2019
Alejandro González, Climate Change Adviser for Latin America, argues for the importance of linking global and local for urgent action on climate and sustainable energy