Business can help grow local communities, or they can exploit them. How should the private sector operate in fragile parts of the world?
The transformative agenda may be weakened, and distorted. We recommend that the most problematic indicators be re-examined.
Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, Terra Lawson-Remer and Susan Randolph receives award for ideas set forth in their book Fulfilling Social and Economic Rights.
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New panel director, renewed advisory board, and an upcoming conference on Universal Health Coverage and health inequities: the Independent Panel on Global Governance for Health is changing!
An article written by Desmond McNeill et al. is selected as one of top 10 articles on power in health.
Researchers can often appear as too negative when discussing the Sustainable Development Goals. To join the discussion, I recommend what I call critical engagement.
This bibliography compiles more than 1,000 publications on the extractive industries and health found through a thorough review of grey and peer-reviewed literature.
SUM is happy to announce that Antulio Rosales has joined the Centre as a postdoctoral fellow. His position is affiliated with the Oslo Academy of Global Governance.
– The Norwegian government understood the Ebola epidemic both as a humanitarian crisis and as a security threat.
The world is far too complex to fit into neat categories and theories. Nevertheless, it is important to develop concepts and theories as a means to compare experiences from different corners of the world and draw lessons for the future.