The reasons children leave their homes behind include violence and a will to live.
Let the sunshine in: A call to African governments to urge US government to protect anti-corruption rule
The annulment of 1504 will have dire consequences on oil, mining, and gas transparency efforts in Africa.
Call them and ask them not to.
Two new research reports from Oxfam and the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory, at the University of California, Berkeley, frame an agenda for advocates seeking to advance sustainable energy access in the region.
House and Senate Republicans prioritize secret oil payments to Russia and other resource-rich authoritarian regimes.
Corporate America, like all of America, can look to immigrants in part for their success.
We had a small one a few years ago.
The move would help oil, gas, and mining-related corruption flourish in resource-rich countries.
Around the world, many of the most influential local humanitarian actors are religious leaders. What does that mean for secular aid providers?