Ignoring a crisis and then demonizing its victims when they are forced to move is not a proper approach.
The humanitarian sector needs urgently to reform, but it can't happen if corporations remain on the sidelines of the humanitarian community.
Kenya has said it will close the world’s largest and oldest refugee camp, leaving hundreds and thousands of people with nowhere to go.
The World Humanitarian Summit is a prime opportunity for the private sector to help develop innovative solutions to immense humanitarian challenges.
With no end in sight, the refugee crisis is preventing some children from growing into healthy, productive adults.
It's time to rethink how we deliver aid.
Donations or jobs? Jim Yong Kim, President of the World Bank, says there has been a sea change in the way we respond to emergencies.
It is time to move from delivering aid to ending need, says Anthony Lake.
Having become refugees, kids face tremendous challenges in completing their education. What are the barriers – and what can we do to help?
Improving access to data and social networks, and building applications on top of that, could help address some of Africa's major issues, writes Carlo Ratti.
Many schools in Latin America – and in the U.S. and around the world – continue to use antiquated models for education that do not serve 21st century students. And students are paying the...
Fighting graft in a challenging context is all about creative, positive ideas led by the next generation.
Janet Longmore about the youth who will lead the fourth industrial revolution through purpose-driven, digital, and inclusive solutions to gaps in systems and challenges in their communities.
Africa is uniquely positioned to apply the following lessons to ensure that technological progress doesn’t just create a new class of wealthy individuals, but drives socio-economic progre...
When multinationals and wealthy individuals don't pay their fair share of taxes in Africa, it robs the continent of resources that could transform the lives of millions.
In India, work typically carried out by urban poor women is low paid and undervalued.
“It's not about me manipulating things. It’s a healthy thing that any society should be able to make decisions for itself,” said Rwanda's President Paul Kagame at the World Economic Forum...
As the #AF16 summit draws to a close in in Kigali, Rwanda, we look back on some of the best bits.
Top leadership stories from the past seven days.
On paper we have made great strides in fighting corruption. Nonetheless, citizens feel a disconnect. Why?
Would you take a ride in a self-driving car? They could soon be coming to a city near you.
Companies from all sectors across the globe are embracing “Industry 4.0”, or business in the digital age.
Concrete that can fix itself, roofing that can sweat and surfaces inspired by carnivorous plants are some of the radical new technologies in the construction industry.
While we recognize the historical rationale of GDP and its unintentional shortcomings, it's time for an alternative.
What are the 10 highest-valued private companies in the world?
As our technology and our society continues to advance at an incredible rate, the “online faith factor” is something that many people need and want in their wired world, says Christopher ...
At work we must constantly be vigilant about possible interferences, doing our best to minimize and manage them.
Only 40% of Africans have a reliable energy supply, and just 20% have internet access. But the coming digital revolution will transform the continent.