Driven to extremes: how poverty fuels extremism, and how to help Africa’s youth
Increasing inequality hinders economic growth and undermines social cohesion, increases political and social tensions and drives instability and conflict
Could restoring degraded lands cut down on labour migration in Niger?
Most Nigeriens depend on farming but widespread soil degradation and climate variability make it difficult to sustain a family all year long
We have a collective responsibility to halve food loss and waste
Wasting food harms our climate, costs the global economy billions of dollars and strains natural resources
We need a global community to fight climate change
The only way to take on dirty energy and climate change is to build movements of people
The grief and despair of the Rohingya can be stopped
The Rohingya in Myanmar need to be afforded the most basic of human rights: to a nationality and to a safe home
Climate change is a threat to rich and poor alike
Is this year's string of hurricanes a sign of things to come?
Give girls 12 years of safe, quality education. They deserve it!
It’s about time education for every girl and any girl became a reality
Not a fair price for coffee farmers in Ethiopia
The benefits of Fair Trade for Ethiopia's small coffee farmers haven’t been as significant as may be widely perceived
Daughters of violence: South Sudanese refugee rape victims in Uganda
Girls flee sexual violence in South Sudan only to be raped again in refugee camp