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Panel discussion in Washington, DC on privacy law issues in mobile health
We're celebrating our 30th anniversary in NYC.
Blair Glencorse analyses the governance problems plaguing Nepal’s universities and argues for higher education to be made a crucial concern on the post-MDG agenda
Data must be available and user-friendly so that developing countries can follow the money, strengthen accountability and deliver improved development results
Thousands of monitoring stations across the continent create potential for Africa to have increased supplies of food, stronger economies and greater stability for its people
We are not acting boldly enough or quickly enough to avert an environmental and humanitarian catastrophe. Here’s a roadmap
Extractive transparency campaigners celebrate as the European Parliament signs off on a law to force companies to publish what they pay
Defence companies have historically not had a great reputation when it comes to combatting corruption but can that change?
As sorghum becomes a nationally subsidised crop, it should shore up food supplies for drought-hit farmers
The next global plan for disaster risk reduction must tackle the links between disasters, vulnerability and poverty