Today marks an unhappy anniversary for Saudi activist Loujain al-Hathloul and all those who care about women’s rights everywhere.
While the US continues to uphold many of the world’s standards in democratic leadership, in the area of family separation it has too much in common with some of the most brutal regimes.
Despite the incredible work that it does, the high demand for NHS services means the system is under constant pressure.
The crisis of language testing — in some ways symptomatic of all the other problems the UK is facing — has oddly come to center stage and revealed a new twist.
What has prompted more than a million young individuals around the world to mobilize into a civil march for action on climate change?
For India to maintain its position as a global leader, more concerted efforts at local and federal levels will be necessary to bring women to parity with men.
If the release of prisoners includes Nabeel Rajab, King Hamad will have signaled that he is serious about ending the cycle of repression in Bahrain.
Raising children is not what it used to be. Women and men on track to becoming parents must face the prospect of increasing costs of quality childcare. This is true for developed nations, but no less predictable in low-income countries as well. Raising children is not what it used to be. Having a supportive partner and a sustainable net income in a household may still be inadequate for future planning purposes. Many parents have no choice but to re-enter the workforce, having to gamble on paying the costs of missed time.
Collaborative platforms, sustainability, public-private partnerships and data analytics are critical for developing smart and inclusive cities.
For all those who remain deeply committed to Myanmar’s reform process, the Reuters case is yet another wake up call.