Nisha Arunatilake, Director of Research at the Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka, is a research fellow at the Partnership for

DEHRADUN – The existence of “women’s issues” reflects the simple fact that we live in a man’s world. Over the course of centuries,

María Fernanda Espinosa, a former president of the UN General Assembly, is Executive Director of GWL Voices and Co-Chair of the Debt

CAMBRIDGE – Ethiopia has long suffered from recurrent large-scale famines, most notably in the early 1980s, when at least one million

ADDIS ABABA – As a busy young mother of four living in a remote village in Ethiopia, Amina could not always attend her appointments at

GENEVA – The overuse of antibiotics is now widely recognized as one of the main factors contributing to antimicrobial resistance –

Andrew Stein is Deputy Director for Polio Outbreaks at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.   SEATTLE – Eradicating polio has

CLARKSVILLE, MD/KAMPALA – At least six million women worldwide provide unpaid or grossly underpaid labor in community-health centers,

BRIGHTON – From the 1960s until the mid-2010s, hunger was on the decline around the world. But, despite record food production, the

Ulrich Volz, Professor of Economics and Director of the Centre for Sustainable Finance at SOAS, University of London, is a senior