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The research method used could be applied to a range of urban settings across the world and emphasizes the functionality of a neighborhood’s elements.
The WikiAfrica programme translates online content into nearly 20 African languages, including Twi, Swahili, Afrikaans and Dagbani.
Mayors in 100 global cities have said that investing in public transport could create 4.6 million jobs by 2030 and cut transport emissions.
From modernizing highways, to funding the care economy, President Biden plans to create jobs and boost America's economy with his infrastructure plan.
While progress on reaching gender parity has slowed in the pandemic, the Global Gender Gap Report 2021 reveals some areas of improvement and a few surprises.
Pew Research Center has analyzed demographic characteristics of America's Black population in 2019 compared to the year 2000. It's growing more diverse.
How can parents and carers help boys navigate the challenges of adolescence? Paediatrician Dr Ranj Singh has some advice.
Mental health hubs in Australia are an effective way to provide mental health and social services in one location, writes psychologist Christine Grové.
Digital technology is being harnessed to improve both accessibility and safety for the 131 million wheelchair users worldwide.
The VR tool, which allows users to see cities from the perspective of a three-year-old, aims to improve urban safety for young children.
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.
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.
2020 has accelerated a great deal of change in society; education, equality developments and sustainability are expected to evolve even further throughout 2021.
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.