The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated inequity – and the recovery is set to be unequal. A new Forum-LSE paper outlines an action programme to build back better and broader.
We have a moral and economic imperative to end racism and racial injustice. Here's what the World Economic Forum and GHR Foundation are doing about it.
We are far from achieving health equity. The private sector has an important role to play in addressing health inequities and the root causes of them.
COVID-19 set back progress on poverty, hunger and inequality –and we're off track to meet many SDGs. Now, the climate crisis threatens to make it worse.
The founder of Africa's largest computer science non-profit on bridging equity gaps, making change happen and how to mentor a new generation of leaders.
Mitigating inequality requires a mix of bottom-up and top-down changes that address the underlying social and economic systems. Here are insights and ideas.
Black Americans are less likely to own a car or have access to digitally-driven modes of transport and are more reliant on under-threat public transport
Gender inequality is not only wrong, it is dangerous and weakens us all: global leaders must boldly finance a more equal world post-pandemic.
5G will generate trillions in sales and support tens of millions of jobs but to realize requires public-private sector collaboration to speed deployment.
From colour contrast, to screen reader facilities, inclusive user interfaces are key to mobile-enabled services.
Modern transit data isn't fit for purpose when it comes to building transportation systems that are equitable and meet the needs of underserved communities.
With COVID-19 widening inequality around the world, it's vital business and governments start addressing the living wage, writes John Morrison, Chief Executive, IHRB.
A report by the independent Hampton-Alexander review shows that boards of the UK’s largest 350 listed companies were at least 33% female on average.
Major global study by the Glocalities market research agency shows young particularly concerned about income inequality as COVID-19 pummels job markets.