The new government in Iraq has adopted an unexpected approach to political appointments - by inviting members of the public to apply online.
125 years ago today Aotearoa New Zealand became the first country in the world to grant all women the right to vote.
According to a new Index, Vienna is the world's most liveable city. How can the data used to determine this benefit its citizens?
From Thailand's answer to Emmanuel Macron to Natalie Grace, who runs a new political party for young people in Indonesia, a new generation of change-makers is coming to the fore.
Streets in a Brussels district are undergoing name changes at the recommendations of the general public.
A Pew survey found more people used 'angry' emoticons than 'love' when reacting to political stories.
The Melbourne 4.0 taskforce, through careful use of scenario planning, is busy anticipating what 2030 might look like in the city.
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US soldiers serving overseas will be able to use a blockchain voting app for the first time.
Sleep pods have been introduced in cities such as London and New York.
Cities around the world are struggling with the influx of large numbers of tourists.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is the second elected leader to have a baby while in office.
When faith or identity are used to sell services and goods, it can either promote diversity or increase differences. That's why inclusiveness is key.
A recent survey shows that the majority of Americans view ethnic diversity positively.
The scale of AI and our ability to collaborate as a global society are the two most critical factors determining our future, according to a survey of experts.