Scotland tends to take a more progressive approach to inequality, but how is it actually faring compared to the rest of the UK?
Polls indicate that South Africans are unlikely to totally abandon the African National Congress.
The UN's special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights will look at the effects of austerity on the UK's most vulnerable.
UK mired by food 'deserts' and a crisis of loneliness – they should be tackled together.
Research shows that there is a stark geographical divide in the experiences of girls growing up in the UK today.
For decades, the alternative weekly's photographers served as the eyes of the streets, working with activists to document and publicize the anguish and rage of everyday New Yorkers.
Ramaphosa's stimulus package is more interesting for what it says about the politics of economic decision making than for its likely impact on the economy.
New research shows that midwifery care is not just for the wealthy -- it has health and cost benefits for vulnerable women and provincial governments must act to increase their access.
Governments in Canada are routinely enacting public policies that primarily benefit economic elites, raising questions about government legitimacy and competency. Who's looking out for us?
Poorer families don't have the resources to achieve the same as better off families – yet they're being blamed for their situation.
Social mobility is linked to geography in the UK – and local leaders should be tasked with boosting it.
In just a few years, Burkina Faso has become the fourth largest gold exporter in Africa. But with 43% of the population still below the poverty line, what are the local benefits?
Bill Shorten says Labor's plan to make super contributions on behalf of women on paid parental leave would have a "big impact". We find its impact would be be minuscule.
Many millions are in need of short-term credit to supplement poor and exploitative pay.
Around 1 in 8 Americans was poor in 2017. That doesn't compare well to other developed nations.
Increasing police patrols won't solve South Africa's high rates of violent crime. Underlying problems need to be addressed.
The collapse of the oil price in 2014 highlighted the need for Nigeria to dilute its exposure on the commodity.
South Africans debating the zero rating of certain products for VAT purposes must realise it isn't a panacea for poor people and should be accompanied by other policies.
Framing xenophobic violence as a question of immigrant victimisation invites divisions between neighbours.
Far too many people in Britain rely on high-cost short-term credit from alternative lenders.