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From navigating vaccination status to supported remote working, businesses have an opportunity to redefine the future of work and boost workforce diversity
The pandemic undermined women's and girls’ health and their fundamental rights and we must learn lessons to establish a course for redress.
The 1% SDG Club advocates for just 1% of global private sector capital to be put towards investments that will directly promote the UN's SDGs.
Scientists predict that COVID-19 will become endemic. Unlike a pandemic, an endemic virus is constant in a population with largely predictable patterns.
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Responsible and social sourcing can help ensure that value chains are more inclusive, diversified and resilient.
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Among the most important lessons learned during the pandemic is that public-private partnerships on a truly global scale can deliver against the odds.
Liminality is used to describe the paths we navigate when faced with life events. Lecturer Sarah Wayland explains the term's relevance to the pandemic.
This piece outlines key ways leaders can tackle the present moment, even while investing in and remaking long-term systems and searching for future-focused solutions.
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For an inclusive and sustainable recovery, we need to acknowledge and support these sustainability pioneers and their trusted relationships in society.
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The global community has an opportunity to make good on the 20th replenishment of a 60-year-old World Bank programme known as the International Development Association.