poverty

A new era for Europe?

The 2024 European Parliament highlights emerging right-wing influence and pressing issues from climate action to youth voter disengagement.

A public health approach to suicide prevention means better data collection, multi-sectoral collaboration, gatekeeper training and evidence-based interventions

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Three huge landfills on Delhi’s periphery are at once eyesores and markers of unsustainable consumption.

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Indian migrant workers have a long history of repression and poor treatment. In 2024, nothing has changed.

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In a world over saturated with voices, anger offers a way of finally being heard, but is emotion overriding our will to fix the world’s problems?

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Stunting is a major problem in Indonesia, but one municipality is hoping to eliminate it in 2024.

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Limited access to period products during India’s COVID lockdowns highlighted how far public health initiatives have to go when it comes to menstruation.

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While more and more of the country’s voters now live in urban areas, the bulk is still in the countryside. Does this effect voting behaviour?

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The world needs more and better skilled health workers to attain the SDG targets and continue to foster global health beyond 2030.

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Micro loans promised Sri Lankan and Cambodian women affected by war a way out of poverty as they rebuilt their lives. Instead the loans trapped them in debt.

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Research across the world demonstrates how global poverty can be tackled effectively by empowering women in all aspects.

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A formal identity and a mobile phone are two key weapons in the global fight against poverty.

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