Unless we know what is in the ocean, we can’t protect the biggest part of the planet.
The hunger, frustration and desperation of ordinary Namibians should be first on the political agenda. But this isn't the case.
The economic impact of the disease will have dramatic effects on the well-being of families and communities
Governments must take note of specific geographic contexts and local attributes that drive water insecurity.
The school playground is not just a place to have fun. It's an important space to claim power and this is often done through violence.
Climate pledges must be more ambitious and focus on early and aggressive action to deal with global emissions.
How two massive opposing forces - the shift towards a sustainable world and the force that thrives on inequality - are unfolding at a global level.
Several questions about the origin of the outbreak remain with no clear data on what this was or if it was an animal source.
They protest to have a sound economic system based on healthy competition and free enterprise.
The doctrine of equality is ingrained both in theory and in the express provisions of Lesotho's constitution.
New insights show that South Africa's education system is heading in the right direction.
Those who benefit from economic reforms are often not the same as those who bear the costs.
It's important to focus on the challenges facing higher education before the reach a boiling point.
A Biden presidency would be highly likely to adopt policies that would restore the cooperative links that prevailed under Obama.
The Spanish flu episode highlights some elementary mistakes made back then which must be avoided at all costs to prevent another public health disaster.
Understanding rural household aspirations and taking them seriously in development planning could offer great potential in shaping the future of rural spaces.
Predominant public sentiment remains largely anti-homosexual and overshadows constitutionally guaranteed rights in Africa.
The 17 goals seek to end all forms of poverty everywhere by 2030, by achieving 169 targets. Progress in achieving them does not match the hype.
Ghana has ambitious policies on gender equity but is struggling to realise them.
The long history of racist beauty standards alone cannot explain the ongoing global use of harmful skin lighteners.
Studies of Kwame Nkrumah have been influenced by the political climate both within and outside Ghana.
Women need to be included in all matters of health.
Everything starts and ends with leadership.
The health and rights of children and adolescents, particularly the most marginalised and vulnerable, are under immediate threat from climate change, corporate actors and growing inequities.
Policies need to address human develop challenges, if people are to be equitably brought on line.