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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.
The U.N. Development Programme has suggested a temporary universal basic income could ease the pressures of the pandemic on the world's poorest people.
Technology can be biased, but it can also help companies to improve inclusion and diversity in the workplace - and, in turn, to boost their bottom lines.
Cities are especially vulnerable to COVID-19. Knowledge sharing, tech and innovative design will help them survive and thrive in the post-pandemic world.
The experiences of people with disabilities could offer important insights into the complexities of urban safety and allow a unique opportunity for town planners to design safe and inclus...
Measuring and monitoring progress is vital, if we are to go beyond words.
To make senior management more diverse, companies must examine the talent pipeline at every rung of the corporate ladder.