Category: Tools & Resources

Realising the potential of social media as a tool for building peace

crossposted from International Alert Social media, in the context of peace and conflict, can be...

Downward Spiral: the economic impact of Covid-19 on refugees and displaced people

Published 21. Sep 2020 crossposted from NRC Global Coronavirus More than three quarters of displaced...

Pandemic profits for companies soar by billions more as poorest pay price

Published: 9th September 2020 Crossposted from Oxfam Learn more United against coronavirus Some corporations are...

New UNDP Report, Temporary Basic Income, Protecting Poor and Vulnerable People in Developing Countries

Jul 23, 2020 As the rate of new COVID-19 cases accelerates across the developing world,...

New Book, Redefining Development: Resolving Complex Challenges in Developing Countries (open access)

To download the text click here Abstract: In 2015, the Old Fadama slum of Accra,...

Future Possibilities Report 2020: How to build back better?

21 July 2020 crossposted from UNU-MERIT innovation, sustainability, UN While the end of the crisis...

Understanding the Motivations that Drive Men’s and Boys’ Participation in Violent Extremist Groups

New Report from ProMundo To see the full report click here Traditional efforts aiming to...

New Report, Turning the Tables: Insights from locally-led humanitarian partnerships in conflict situations

Taking a fresh and critical look at localisation, this report calls on international humanitarian organisations...

New Report, AI+1: Shaping Our Integrated Future, on the Need for Ethical AI Development

AI+1: Shaping Our Integrated Future Download crossposted from the Rockefeller Foundation As we speak—and browse,...

Growing Impact: New Insights into the Practice of Impact Investing

Crossposted from the IFC Impact investing in private markets could be as large as $2.1...
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