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With a disproportionate impact on women, people of colour and the LGBTQI+ community, COVID-19 highlights the inequalities our professional lives are built upon.
The shock inflicted by the pandemic on the global economy has been more severe and has occurred much faster than any other in recorded economic history.
For-profit companies can stop climate change and create a fairer society, but they must act fast. Two authors explain why on the latest episode of The Great Reset podcast.
The world faces a reskilling emergency and a new mindset is required to succeed in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, according to a new report.
Speakers such President of Rwana Paul Kagame, President of Colombia Iván Duque and Marietje Schaake, Director of International Policy at the Cyber Policy Center at Stanford University wil...
Human beings are capable of surmounting the imponderable as the past 6 months have proven and maybe this year is the opportunity to right some of the wrongs, to reconcile and reckon.
The pandemic has led to a fall of 8% in global emissions – and while this drop is welcome, a path to sustainable reductions is, as yet, missing.
An investment of €6 billion in EV charging infrastructure could yield over €12 billion in human health benefits from improved air quality.
To build resilience and alleviate consequences of recessions, governments should realign incentives for companies and focus spending on social protection.
Young people around the world have been investing their time, expertise and lived experiences in improving mental health provision. Here are 7 examples.
The pope put his stamp on efforts to shape the Great Reset of the global economy in the wake of the pandemic, with a scathing indictment of neoliberalism.
To fully support women and build a more resilient and inclusive post-COVID global economy, we must invest in women-led small and micro businesses (SMBs).
Widespread environmental crises and global Black Lives Matters protests have sparked palpable restlessness for change. This is how we should respond.
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.