Twenty-two years after the end of the apartheid government, South Africa has come has come a long way. A far higher proportion of the population has access to clean water and electricity, school attendance has greatly increased, and GDP reached an

The world woke in surprise on the morning of Friday June 24. The Brexit referendum proposed by ex-Prime Minister David Cameron resulted in Britain voting to leave the European Union. This will have its own set of implications, both for Britain

Editor’s Note: This piece is part of a series in collaboration with the SDSN-Y exploring the Sustainable Development Goals. See the introduction to the series here. Interview with Claudia Abate-Debat, Founder and Executive Director of the Foundation for Post Conflict Development and

Water politics is the thirst for power through water. As water becomes an increasingly scarce resource, we will see its presence grow in global discourses, negotiations, and conflicts. Although water was considered essential for the realization of most human rights, it

A basic web search of Burundi today will return article titles such as, "Killings, Abduction and Torture Spread fear in Burundi", "Disappearances Blamed on the Police", and "Government Investigations Ignore State Abuses." More than 400 people have been killed and

Editor’s Note: This is the eighth piece in a series exploring the Sustainable Development Goals. See the introduction to the series here. Why is it that some countries enjoy sustained levels of peace and prosperity while others remain trapped in cycles of war

Editor's Note: This interview does not represent the official positions of MSF but the interviewee’s own views. Robert is a UK based doctor who has been working with Doctors Without Borders/MSF since 2014. Passionate about HIV/TB and maternal health, he is

Editor’s Note: This is the fourth piece in a series in collaboration with the SDSN-Y exploring the Sustainable Development Goals. See the introduction to the series here, SDG-12 here, and SDG-15 here. More and more people are becoming aware of the importance of our

David Morley has been President and CEO of UNICEF Canada since March 14, 2011. Prior to this, Mr. Morley served as President and CEO of Save the Children Canada, and before that was Executive Director of Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors without Borders Canada. Mr.

What do you get when you put together a group of recently graduated millennials, some bright ideas, and a video camera? A couple of youtube videos? Oh no. You get so much more than that. You get Generation Y Not. The

Rachel Kiddell-Monroe is a lawyer and an activist focusing on humanitarian assistance, access to medicines, global health, governance and global health ethics. After working for several years with grassroots organisations in Indonesia, Rachel joined MSF. She headed emergency humanitarian missions

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