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Is Life Better Now Than 50 Years Ago? The Answer May Depend On The Economy
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10 things to know about 'leave no one behind', the rallying cry of the Sustainable Development Goals
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A Market for Values as an Option to Foster Individuality, a Sense of Community and Good Policies by
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Across Africa, girls and young women are disproportionately affected by HIV/Aids. Treatment remains out of reach for many, with stigma and discrimination common. Photographer Karin Schermbrucker spent a decade with documenting their stories:
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Public Sphere WB Dec 11
Using Geospatial and Temporal Value Chain Analysis in a Project, Lessons from engaging female entrepreneurs in Bangladesh by
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Public Sphere WB Dec 11
Developing countries could get sick before they get rich. Policy can help, says Kris Hartley and
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Post on the blog about our work in Bangladesh: Using Geospatial and Temporal Value Chain Analysis in a Project via
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Public Sphere WB Dec 11
Is Life Better Now Than 50 Years Ago? The Answer May Depend On The Economy
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Public Sphere WB Dec 7
Now accepting applications for the - Summer Institute. Learn how communication can generate successful and sustainable reforms via
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Public Sphere WB Dec 6
As migration to urban areas outpaces the infrastructure to absorb and support this increased population, women’s living standards are at serious risk. via
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Umou AlBazzaz Dec 6
Learn the most recent advances in communication and proven techniques in reform implementation - . Register now via
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Public Sphere WB Dec 6
How can rural Bangladeshi women be better integrated in cross-border trading? and Yuka Makino undertook a and temporal analysis of agricultural supply chains in trade/transport to find out!
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Public Sphere WB Dec 6
How do International Organisations use social media? Which world leader is the most influential? Check out 's latest study:
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Public Sphere WB Dec 6
Where are skilled women located in Bangladesh? Which sectors should they focus on? Using geo-spatial and temporal value chain analysis, and colleagues found 3 products are most suitable for integrating women: flowers, dairy and fish
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Public Sphere WB Dec 6
"Global banking-industry performance has been lackluster. Now comes the hard part: the rise of nonbanking platform companies targeting the most profitable parts of the banking value chain." via
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Public Sphere WB Dec 5
New report from International Organization for Migration finds that crossing the Mediterranean to Europe is “world's deadliest” journey for migrants, with at least 33,761 reported to have died or gone missing between 2000-2017
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Public Sphere WB Dec 5
How do leaders use communication to generate broad support for reforms? Join us for the 2018 - Summer Institute in Reform Communication to learn about the art and science of reform communication:
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Public Sphere WB Dec 5
The Global Nutrition Report says nutrition is a multiplier for achieving all SDGs
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Public Sphere WB Dec 5
What if values were formally a part of our social and economic interactions? A market for values might be the way to do that: by
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Public Sphere WB Dec 5
How cross-sector collaborations can accelerate progress toward gender equality
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