In, but Out: In this series, we will discuss the idea of being part of a particular community (African Americans, Female, Disability, Latinos, Christians, LGBT, and any other self-identifying group), but still feel like an outsider. There is an assumption that

Steven Pinker, an experimental psychologist who currently teaches at Harvard University where he is Johnstone Family Professor of Psychology, is, simply put, one of the most influential thinkers of our time. One of the world’s foremost writers on language, mind

EDITOR’S NOTE:  THIS PIECE IS AUTHORED BY UN WOMEN AS PART OF THE SERIES “FROM WHERE I STAND”, WHICH CAPTURES PEOPLES STORIES AND THEIR DAILY SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES FROM AROUND THE WORLD. SEE THE FULL SERIES HERE.  Most mining companies, government and big businesses

A Universal Approach: Why the Achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Must Not be Done in Isolation In 2013, a distinguished panel of prime ministers, leaders from civil society, private sector and government from across the globe provided a landmark

A tale of how a lead farmer in Chongwe District, Zambia has defied the odds and has moved herself out of poverty, through an integrated and diversified farming enterprise. As a widow and retired school teacher, Madam Margaret Chisangano moved

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