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In the midst of a climate emergency, the COVID-19 crisis has left up to 132 million additional people facing hunger. We need more innovation and investment in agriculture.
The coronavirus pandemic could push an extra 150 million people into extreme poverty by 2021, according to revised figures by the World Bank.
Norway comes top for reducing inequality, according to an Oxfam report. But many countries are way behind and COVID-19 will only make the gaps wider, unless urgent action is taken.
7 European countries were ranked the least accepting of migrants, while the sharpest downturns in public opinion came in Peru, Ecuador and Colombia.
COVID-19 threatens to widen disparities, but the Great Reset is an opportunity to help the most vulnerable and address poverty, hunger and inequality.
Rashford helped secure free school meals for children over the summer – now the England and Manchester United striker has a bigger goal in mind.
10% of the world's population is living on less than $1.90 a day, in extreme poverty. But all countries could contribute to ending it.
Around the world, people whose livelihoods have been disrupted by the COVID-19 crisis face the horrifying possibility of being evicted from their homes.
The World Bank outlines five practical steps for city leaders to reshape economic densities and make cities inclusive and environmentally sustainable.
The hashtag #OurHomesAreOpen was used by those offering their homes and bedrooms to those displaced by the Beirut explosion.
Scientific priorities for Africa were long determined by people far removed from the continent's challenges. It's time to unleash the power of Africa's own scientists.
While COVID-19 has caused massive economic disruption, recovery packages offer an opportunity to build back better and to, more importantly, end global poverty.
With Nelson Mandela International Day on 18 July, here are some of his best quotes on important issues that people still face all over the world.
A new report by CARE International shows that women are far more vulnerable to the effects of climate change than men, exacerbating gender inequality.