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From Zoom transcripts to smartphones that can audio-describe the world to a visually impaired person, these technological advancements can help close the disability inclusion gap.
2020 has accelerated a great deal of change in society; education, equality developments and sustainability are expected to evolve even further throughout 2021.
People with neurodivergent backgrounds tend to have a strong attention to detail and can excel at coding, and the use of technology and AI programming.
Research has shown that transforming the economic lives of the extremely poor is complex and requires coordinated, multidimensional interventions.
Big brands are finding ways to make their clothing and footwear more accessible to the 15% of the world population living with a disability.
Global research has found women do not have an adequate platform to speak out on COVID-19 related issues and are more affected financially by the pandemic.
The pandemic could push another 200 million people into extreme poverty unless action is taken to accelerate development efforts, according to a UN report.
The diversity and inclusion battle needs people to be seen as multi-faceted in their social identities, or via an "intersectionality" lens.
They are curious, evidence-based decision makers, tenacious, persistent at solving problems and focused. So why are autistic people invisible in the workplace?
Popular voice assistants such as Alexa, Siri and Google use speech recognition software to answer your questions, but kids' language is highly complex and unpredictable.
Mari Pangestu, World Bank Managing Director of Development Policy and Partnerships, discusses the importance of digital ID systems in supporting those who need it most.
Innovation can only flourish if we learn to include those who serve as champions of change.
A new survey highlights the impact of COVID-19 on businesses owned by women. Here are 4 steps private companies can take to help close this gender gap.