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Gender inequalities--in relationships, economic-decision making, and access to health-care--are strong drivers of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. The Global Fund is reaching out to women to try to correct this imbalance and save lives.
An architect in Fez, Morocco is converting a polluted and sewage-filled river in her hometown into a usable, public space.
Fun-based activism such as the Ice Bucket Challenge does not persuade you; it mobilizes you. That's why it's been so successful.
Efforts to respond to an epidemic should not undercut investment in community health workers. These medical staff are vital in areas where access to proper care and trust is limited.
Carnegie Council announces its second annual International Student Photography Contest. This year's theme is "Fairness and Its Opposite."
Conservation in China is a long-term struggle that has only intensified with rapid economic growth. To bring degraded ecosystems back, the country needs ambitious plans and a new paradigm.
An ethical framework can connect the worlds of start-up technology and international development to strengthen cross-sector innovation in the social sector.
This special issue of chinadialogue's journal exposes polluters and highlights some of the best examples and models of sustainability in China today.
Toward Understanding Our World's Moral Landscape: Carnegie Council's Centennial Projects on a "Global Ethic"
What do leading thinkers believe to be the greatest ethical challenges of today and the future? Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Devin Stewart writes on the highlights of this interview series.
Remittances from international migrants account for a large percentage of GDP in developing countries. What are ways to make savings easier for these workers and their families?
Oxfam International argues that the newly created BRICS Development Bank must commit to fighting poverty and inequality.
Change is coming to Japan. In this "Nikkei Business" interview, Carnegie Council Senior Fellow discusses his research on Japan's generation known as "76ers."
What would you like to see happen during this century to make the world a better place? That's the question for Carnegie Council's sixth annual student/teacher essay contest. The sky's the limit! Deadline: January 5, 2015.
MIT Media Lab director Joi Ito discusses how if we want to innovate, we need to act now on our ideas. In other words, we either deploy our ideas or they die.
After working in the aeronautical industry in South Africa, Joe and Gisela Noci turned their talents towards do-it-yourself drones and have created a device to help conservationists in Namibia.
West Africa is increasingly enmeshed in the global drug trade. A new report from the West Africa Commission on Drugs calls for a different approach to drug abuse, one that treats it not as a criminal-justice issue, but rather as a public-health problem.
Dhaka, Bangladesh is one of the world's fastest growing cities due to urban migration. Children who end up living in its slums are 2.5 more likely to be excluded from school than the national average. How can we solve this inequity?