Rosamond Hutt is a Senior Writer at Formative Content.
Homeless people are one of the groups at greatest risk of contracting and dying from COVID-19. Here's how governments around the world, from France to the U.K. are helping to protect this...
Leading economists from around the world are calling on governments to act quickly and do whatever it takes to mitigate the health and economic shock.
From virtual religious services and exercise classes for the elderly to TV classrooms, the public service broadcaster has wide-ranging plans for output to help listeners and viewers in ‘u...
Des essaims de criquets à l'hiver le plus chaud jamais enregistré en Europe et en Asie, voici quelques histoires importantes que vous avez peut-être manquées.
Museums, galleries, opera companies and music venues around the world are embracing live-streaming and virtual tours as they close their doors temporarily to reduce the spread of coronavi...
From swarming locusts to the warmest winter on record in Europe and Asia, here are some important stories you may have missed.
As the fight against COVID-19 continues, an increasing number of women around the world are on the front lines. Many of them will be expected to work longer hours, while juggling domestic...
Some countries have experienced more success than others in reducing rates of extreme poverty. Here’s a look at the best performers.
Voici ce qu'il adviendra des revenus et des possibilités de carrière des femmes au cours des 10, 20 et 30 prochaines années, selon les recherches.
Why targeting gender barriers in the workplace can help enhance women’s earnings and career opportunities in the next three decades and achieve equality.
There’s growing appetite among company leaders for stronger action on sustainability – and the Swedish activist Greta Thunberg is a key inspiration, according to a new report.
Homelessness charities are adapting to an increasingly cashless world by embracing contactless technology.
2.9 million more Americans have filed for unemployment, bringing the two-month total to more than 36 million.
Dogs are far better than any technology at detecting plant disease - and their keen sense of smell might help save the world's citrus orchards.