climate policy

As US-EU Trade Tensions Rise, Conflicting Carbon Tariffs Could Undermine Climate...

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By Noah Kaufman, Chris Bataille, Gautam Jain and Sagatom Saha Rising trade tensions between the U.S. and the European Union, two of the most important...

Let’s STRIDE Towards UN SDG-led Innovation

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By Mike Cooray, Rikke Duus, Joanne Carmichael and Marius Sylvestersen It has never been more urgent for entrepreneurial, public, and private organisations to join forces...
Corporate ESG Programme

Designing a Corporate ESG Programme that Attracts, Nurtures, and Retains Women

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By Chaitra Vedullapalli Inclusion is the new kid on the block that every company interested in advancement is courting. And one of the best methods...

The Power of Women Entrepreneurs Across the World

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By Marybeth Gasman Women across the world sustain economies and innovation through entrepreneurship. More than 250 million women are entrepreneurs and over 150 million are...
World-cup

World Cup 2022: Who Won the Prize for ‘Soft Power’?

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By Simon Chadwick and Paul Widdop After four weeks, 64 games and more than a decade of controversy, Argentina has won the Fifa men’s World Cup in Qatar....

FOREIGN OFFICE REPORT

brasil crowd

Brazil Insurrection: How So Many Brazilians Came to Attack Their Own...

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By Guilherme Casarões The storming of the three main symbols of the Brazilian republic – the supreme court, the national congress and the presidential palace...
Global economy 2023.

Global Economy 2023: How Governments Could Make the Energy Crisis Worse...

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By Adi Imsirovic This is the second instalment in our series on where the global economy is heading in 2023, which started with this article on global...
conspiracy

Bullying, Power and Control: Why People Believe in Conspiracy Theories and...

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By Daniel Jolley and Anthony Lantian From vaccine uptake to violent extremism, conspiracy beliefs are linked to distrust in major institutions or powerful figures. Research developed...
Indonesia

Expert Panel: Indonesia’s new Criminal Code Crosses Private Boundaries, is Anti-Democratic,...

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By Nurul Fitri Ramadhani and Robby Irfany Maqoma Indonesian people may still remember the massive protest waves across the country in 2019. Thousands of students and activists took...

Sitting All Day is Terrible for Your Health – Now, a...

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By Keith Diaz The big idea To reduce the harmful health effects of sitting, take a five-minute light walk every half-hour. That’s the key finding of a...
Canada needs to consider the user experience of migrants when designing programs that impact them

Canada Needs to Consider the User Experience of Migrants When Designing...

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By Lucia Nalbandian and Nick Dreher The first interaction many Canadians have with government services today is digital. Older Canadians turn to the internet to...

Sitting All Day is Terrible for Your Health – Now, a...

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By Keith Diaz The big idea To reduce the harmful health effects of sitting, take a five-minute light walk every half-hour. That’s the key finding of a...

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