Often those most impacted by climate change are those least able to engage with climate discourse. Universities have a responsibility to engage with these communities.
People on benefits are borrowing from the government to pay for essentials like power bills and car repairs. But repayments leave them with even less than before.
New Zealand’s Greens have undoubtedly succeeded in some policy areas, including climate and housing quality. But the party continues to battle internal tensions between idealism and pragmatism.
The federal government needs to ensure the Canada Disability Benefit is designed to help those most in need.
Our research shows the world is not on track to achieve any of the Sustainable Development Goals. But with decisive action, we can still achieve a fairer, more sustainable and prosperous future.
Armed police interventions are unconstitutional and incapable of addressing housing and safety in the inner city.
Halfway to the SDGs’ 2030 deadline, countries have made progress, but most are struggling to meet all 17 goals. The US is no exception.
Inner city occupations and shack settlements alike are the inevitable consequence of the fact that huge populations of people have to get by without a living wage.
Failed developmental promises, ever shifting domestic elite alliances and popular demand for better living conditions contributed to the military removal of Gabon’s Ali Bongo Ondimba.
Contrary to popular views, it was not just uneducated and socially deviant individuals who were engaged in cannabis farming or trade.
A scholar of Roman Catholicism explains why Pope Francis’ visit to Mongolia, home to fewer than 1,500 Catholics, is significant.
Low-income mothers with infants are struggling with food insecurity, which can lead to long-term health impacts for both mothers and children.
AI chatbots can be educational tools but still have many drawbacks.
Britain’s most famous iconoclast presents a show of humour, beauty, and irreverence that reflects the complexities and contradictions in being human.
In different parts of the world, managing debt on a day-to-day basis is a real job, and one that is mainly taken on by women.
Ghana’s housing deficit needs immediate attention.
Repugnance for certain activities tends to dictate government rules for markets but this can obscure real problems like poverty.
For some people, it’s a choice based on cultural beliefs or economic opportunities provided by the volcano. Other times it’s less a choice than the only option.
With the right investment in health and education, Nigeria’s high population can spur economic development.
Ghana’s implementation of key population policies has not been consistent.