When the African country couldn't afford a clinical diagnosis network for mental health, 400 grandmothers and a system of 'Friendship Benches' came in.
Recent citizen activism may be crucial if the Fourth Industrial Revolution is also to be a First Empowerment Revolution that benefits people and the planet.
Elections play a key role in strengthening democracy, and voting is a crucial part of that process. New research makes the case for universal participation through mandatory voting.
In many cases, a person's status may change without them knowing, and they can even be an illegal immigrant in their own home country.
For the first time since 1948, retirement-age employees outnumber teenagers in the American workforce. It's time to embrace the five-generation workplace.
More than a third of the record 102 women serving in the incoming House of Representatives won their seats for the first time in November's midterms elections.
Find out more about the Co-Chairs who will help shape discussions around the 2019 Annual Meeting theme of Globalization 4.0.
The time for increased women's political leadership is undeniably here - which is why we need to reframe the way we think about women in power
With nothing certain for a Brexit deal and the deadline fast approaching, anything could happen - including a final vote. But what are the risks?
Despite many efforts to close the gender gap, women remain underrepresented in politics. This column shows that in the case of France, voters’ preferences towards gender shapes political ...
This month, South Africa celebrates the anniversary of its pioneering gay-marriage decision. But the reality on the ground lags far behind the legal situation.
Stan Lee created some of pop culture's most important characters, from Spider-Man to the X-Men.
As businesses and governments adjust to the new realities of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the idea that the ultimate value of business success is the extent to which it enriches shar...
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.