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COVID-19 restrictions put serious limitations on opportunities to be active, and new data has found that children are less active than before the pandemic.
Gavi's Seth Berkley explains how the private sector has a key role to play in turning vaccines into vaccinations and closing the vaccine equity gaps.
Emerging Asia is in danger of falling into an inequality trap as it recovers from the pandemic. Here are 3 ways authorities can restore some balance.
Vaccine inequality and protecting the immunocompromised in the fight against Covid-19 is a pressing issue and healthcare stakeholders must act to respond to these ongoing challenges.
The World Economic Forum has published its inaugural Travel and Tourism Development Index. It focuses on the growing role of sustainability in the sector.
Social entrepreneurs and innovators are stepping up and are contributing to social and economic health around the world.
Globalization has been the dominant economic operating mode for almost 80 years and companies should be careful to not retreat from this beneficial system.
This year at Davos, 50 social innovators will showcase how social enterprises can tackle challenges such as inequality, environmental and health risks.
The Forum asked experts about issues meriting the most attention at Davos 2022 meeting. High on the list: war, COVID-19, and shifting global influence.
Americans spent $7 billion on bicycles and accessories in 2020. But as COVID restrictions began to lift in late 2021, the bike boom is on the decline.
Ongoing supply disruptions and future adverse shocks highlight the need for more resilient value chains. Economists argue reshoring is not the solution.
Over 11 billion COVID-19 vaccines have been given and the focus is shifting to children. But how safe are they and what other vaccines are being developed?