If foreign aid was designed from its core to elevate women in society to a position of equality, it would more effectively achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and make the world a safer and more prosperous place for all.
To get to a deforestation free supply chains, food and beverage companies must strengthen protections for people who are living on the frontlines of the world’s forests.
Today the House of Representatives will vote on the State Foreign Operations spending bill as part of the Omnibus package (HR 3354) for FY 2018. Here’s Oxfam’s guide for which amendments Congress should support or oppose.
As our nation takes the weekend to "celebrate" the hardworking Americans undergirding our economy, our government is systematically weakening the rights, protections, and bargaining power of these very workers.
Addressing this humanitarian crisis should also include preventing the next one.
It’s hard not to see Harvey, which hit land as a Category 4 Hurricane and then became a prolonged, enormous rainstorm, as a disaster that parallels to Hurricane Katrina, which struck nearly exactly this date in 2005. Minor Sinclair was on the ground in 2005, and offers insights on the challenges facing Houston.
Fraying around the edges, eating into the core: Kim Elliott on superbugs, global trade, and agriculture
An interview with Kimberly Elliott of the Center for Global Development (CGD).
Why some CEOs are leading the charge on diversity and inclusion.
Achieving gender equality in extractive industries - or any other sector - is a goal in itself, not just a means to others.