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From modernizing highways, to funding the care economy, President Biden plans to create jobs and boost America's economy with his infrastructure plan.
Technology and COVID-19 threaten to exacerbate existing social inequalities. Sharan Burrow of the International Trade Union Confederation explains why.
Pew Research Center has analyzed demographic characteristics of America's Black population in 2019 compared to the year 2000. It's growing more diverse.
The legislation gives a bereavement allowance of three days leave to mothers and partners when a pregnancy ends with a stillbirth.
The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination comes after a tumultuous year of tragedy, protest, and some promising signs of change.
What's the role of expertise in democracies and how should science inform political decisions?
With systems and infrastructure failing, work to promote diversity and inclusion has never been more important. Here are lessons from one Forum community.
Only addressing systemic inequalities will ensure our societies remain resilient in the future – here are four ways to approach the problem.
Three founding members of the Global Survivor Network share recommendations for investments that will keep women safe during and after COVID-19.
Entrepreneurship must integrate the following three aspects: ecological and social systems; collective responsibility for justice; and posture of learning.
Public organizations need to work together at least six months before someone is likely to lose their home, a report from homelessness charity Crisis finds.
White officers make more stops and arrests than Black or Hispanic police, particularly in predominantly Black communities.
For World Day of Social Justice 2021, we asked four experts to share their insights and suggestions on how to ensure social justice in a digital world.
A study on the Mosuo women, who are an isolated ethnic group in China, suggests that women are happier and healthier when living in a matriarchal society.