When the United States sneezes, as the old adage goes, the rest of the world often catches a cold. The US Supreme Court’s decision in Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, which ruled that public-sector unions

Architecture is so often a luxury afforded only to the wealthy. However, good design should be a universal right that can change the everyday lives of those living in the lowest most vulnerable societies. So often, it is the children

Save the Children is well known for its work in conflict zones, in addressing entrenched poverty and natural disaster emergencies around the world. As one of the world’s largest charities, we operate in 120 countries, with more than 25,000 staff members.

We are currently facing a critical point for the future of our planet. As our population continues to skyrocket, we are confronted with the daunting reality of impending food and water shortages, rising global temperatures, hunger, poverty, and a general

I was first introduced to the impact economy while working at the Vancouver Economic Commission (VEC) in the summer of 2016. At the time, VEC held an event where businesses working in the impact sector were invited to tell their

The WorldBank’s recently released Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals 2018 reminds us how hard it is to measure what matters most to SDG 4 – quality education. Atlas’ indicators depict consumption, conditions, and consequences of education, but not its quality.

For every 6 in 10 South Sudanese males who have learned about mental health and emotional safety in their secondary education, zero South Sudanese girls had access to the same. The study featuring 29 South Sudanese found half the girls

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