We need more progress on peace, justice and developing strong and effective international institutions – which are essential to building a better world.
Integrating SDG targets into the core operations of a business is good for corporations and for the world – here's how multinationals can do it.
US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet in Geneva, Switzerland, on 16 June. Here's why Switzerland makes sense as a host.
Businesses must engage in "cooperative competition" - strategically working together with competitors - to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
Cities are experiencing around 15 to 25% less revenue during the coronavirus pandemic. Here's what competitive cities are doing to weather the crisis.
What are the critical pillars that can set up any partnership for success? Think diverse expertise, local knowledge and a means to share your learnings
Pre-COVID barriers to collaboration in health and education systems have been set aside in pursuit of the bigger picture, aligning with many of the SDGs.
The International Business Council has developed a set of metrics for companies to measure their progress towards implementing stakeholder capitalism.
COVID struck as nationalism was on the rise and multilateralism on the retreat. A panel of experts wonder if we'll see more or less co-operation as we reset the world.
Public-private collaborations are key to achieving the Great Reset and meeting SDG targets. Partnerships achieving the most impact share five elements.
COVID-19 highlights the need for justice, equality and strong international institutions. The Great Reset is a chance to work together to achieve the SDGs.
Improving water, sanitation, and hygiene practice – a practice known as WASH – is vital in reducing the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in developing countries.
The world’s least developed countries can navigate the coronavirus crisis with appropriate support measures, policies, and coordinated global efforts.
Digital technologies can drive inclusive and sustainable growth in low and middle-income countries to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
Businesses can make capitalism work for everyone by incorporating basic human decency, says Mastercard's CEO Ajay Banga.