Global crises – and goals – are increasingly undermining the traditional notion of countries as either rich aid donors or poor recipients. How might a new model of ‘global public investment’ rewrite the rules?
Transformation is the only response to populism. The SDGs are the roadmap
What if the pledge to ‘leave no one behind’ were interpreted as a radical re-vindication – not just of equality, but also of individual human rights?
Breaking the cycle of poverty requires an understanding of the circumstances that sustain it. What can be done to address poverty that is intentional and not accidental?
The international community now agrees that successful aid intervention requires the involvement of communities and beneficiaries in the decision-making process. But what should this involvement look like, and how can it be achieved?