When It Comes to Race, European Justice Is Not Blind
A recent study showed that across EU member states minority groups and non-nationals are treated unfairly.
How Digitization Will Affect the Future of Work
12 hypotheses from Klaus Fuest on the future of work in the age of digitization.
22 Non-Fiction Books that Might Help Us Make Sense of The World
These are the books that we will be reading this winter to help us, well, get through it.
Take the Global Survey on the UN Sustainable Development Goals
What moves you when it comes to sustainability? Worldwide survey launched – everyone can participate.
Rebuilding Communities in Nepal with Bamboo
Nripal Adhikary, founder of Abari, shares how a socially and environmentally conscious construction firm is committed to helping rebuild communities in Nepal.
Are Democracies Failing Their Citizens?
New research shows that citizens are losing faith in democracy.
Meet the Company Cleaning Up Space Trash Before It Gets Created
D-orbit is focused on eliminating space debris with the help of smart satellite disposal systems.
How Far Are We with the 17 SDGs?
Good and bad news on the current state of the SDGs.
Majority of Europeans Across All Ages Support Gay Marriage
We surveyed 12,000 people across all 28 EU countries to find out how public opinion ranges on same-sex unions.
Build Bridges, Not Walls
Here's a list of five peace and conflict resolution NGOs making a positive global impact with offices in NYC.