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The world conferences of Sharm el-Sheikh and Montréal have shown once again that global crises require multilateral solutions
More than ten years after the collapse of the Gaddafi regime, the situation in Libya is so devastating that some long for pre-revolutionary times
Large water tanks are a blessing in case of water shortage in Zimbabwe, but also have downsides
In protest against legitimate election results, right-wing extremists vandalised government buildings
Under certain conditions, falling birth rates can produce a “demographic dividend”, for example in sub-Saharan Africa
Ghana's IT companies are competing for the best minds both on the local and on the global labour market
Church administrators are decrying declining numbers of worshippers after Covid-19 pandemic in South Africa
Ever since author Martin Kämpchen learned to speak Bengali, he has seen India with new eyes
In view of nation-wide rallies, China reversed its zero-covid policy
As masses of people flee from strife-torn countries, international donors appreciate Uganda’s valuable service to the international community
In Zambia, internet access is still limited, but the Starlink company of US billionaire Elon Musk aims to improve the situation
How colonial India became two and eventually three different countries
Armed conflict disrupts society – and the media have a special role to play as peacebuilders
To rise to the challenges of the current polycrisis, governments need more fiscal space
Zambia's economic development is characterised by ups and downs
Children born with severe heart conditions do not have a big chance of getting adequate medical treatment in Zimbabwe
For all countries to become able to rise to the challenges of the current polycrisis, debt-restructuring is needed
Around the world, persons with disabilities are discriminated against, though they could be empowered to fully participate in society
Why multilateral policymaking must improve and who can make it happen
Overview: This is what needs to happen to ensure global food security and achieve SDG2
Extreme weather is causing increasing damages, and it is possible to reduce
Hospital patients suffer from lack of water in Malawi
Climate change and nature loss can undermine both macroeconomic and financial stability
Traditional communities protect biodiversity of world’s largest inland wetland in Brazil
Societies must acknowledge pain, assess causes and achieve a minimum level of reconciliation after dictatorship or war
The first UN Sustainable Development Goal is to end poverty in all its forms everywhere.
In order to achieve gender equality, it is necessary to empower women and girls.
Achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals will require good governance – from the local to the global level.
The UN Sustainable Development Goals aim to transform economies in an environmentally sound manner, leaving no one behind.