Children born in 2020 will be harder hit by the climate crisis in their lifetime than their grandparents. Research from Save the Children shows what's needed now.
Facial recognition technology can help conduct faster investigations and bring offenders to justice, but guidance is needed to prevent human rights abuses
We must develop a gender-aware, life-cycle approach to enhance the lives of older people globally, but especially in rapidly-ageing regions like Asia-Pacific.
The U.N. Security Council has called for an immediate stop to violence in Afghanistan and for the establishment of a new government that includes women.
Increased inclusion and representation in sports can transform the well-being and mental health of LGBTI youth, but Olympic athletes can't do it alone.
Irregular migration routes and irregular migration status are factors in vulnerability to trafficking, but migrants in regular situations can also fall victim.
Competing under the International Olympic flag, these elite athletes are part of a unique team representing displaced people around the world.
The service involves amphibious chairs, purpose-designed dressing rooms and specially trained lifeguards to offer support to people with disabilities.
Athletes have been given more freedom to express themselves at the Tokyo Olympics. But how far have we really come in the fight for racial justice in sport?
Argentina has become first country in South America to rollout identification cards for non-binary citizens, who don't wish to identify as male or female.
Millions of people around the world are still going hungry because of poor food security. On Mandela Day, this is what we can do to improve global nutrition.
To mark Nelson Mandela Day, two experts from the World Bank examine past research to build an inclusive society through the lens of social identities.
Electives in Chile have picked Elisa Loncon, a Santiago university professor and indigenous Mapuche woman, to lead the rewriting of their constitution.
Michelle Bachelet's report found police brutality is entrenched in many nations and racism creates barriers to jobs, healthcare, housing, education and justice.
The number of children in child labour has risen for the first time in two decades to 160 million globally. A new report looks at the situation – and at how to reverse the trend.