Most people are unaware of the tremendous progress that development aid has enabled, with misperceptions reinforcing a pessimistic narrative.
Child mortality rates have plummeted since 1990.
Exploring how Africa can respond to increasing water demmands.
Between an alpine retreat for the 'global elite' and makeshift Greek camps for the dispossessed, Peter Holmes a Court finds out how Europe is responding to the refugee crisis.
Daniel Maxwell, Professor of Food Security, explains the surge in famines.
Bill and Melinda Gates have shared the charts they think prove the world is getting better.
Kevin Watkins explores the importance of education in ending Nigeria's humanitarian crisis.
1.4 million children are on the brink of starving to death and it’s a manmade problem
As UNICEF flags the risks faced by children in four countries, a look back at famines over the last 100 years.
WATER Labs, are developing a compact, evaporative toilet for homes without power or plumbing.
As the immigration debate rages on in the US, the time has come for opposing sides to reach a compromise.
Pew Research Center outlines some key facts about the US and refugees.
A warts-and-all overview of refugee flows, what they mean for countries and how the current international system has failed.
It’s critical refugees have access to affordable internet-enabled phones - here’s why.
Governments across the world are dealing with the impact of an expanding flow of displaced people. Living and working in Germany, I’ve seen this pressure first hand.