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Blog Post 01 Dec 2023

Climate Financing and Peacebuilding Go Hand in Hand

Projects in conflict-affected and fragile spaces, while difficult, is certainly possible—and could be the surest investment for peacebuilding.

Blog Post 23 Nov 2023

Who Speaks and Who Listens Online

An analysis of competing narratives about climate action on Twitter - and how climate activists can engage more strategically at COP28.

Blog Post 10 Nov 2023

US Executive Order on AI: Takeaways for Global AI Governance

What does the Executive Order reveal about the US approach to AI global governance and what impacts can we expect from its implementation?

Blog Post 07 Nov 2023

An International Decade for Data: Multistakeholder Cooperation in a Data-Driven World

A global vision for data cooperation to bridge the digital divide and spur international investment.

Blog Post 29 Aug 2023

Improving the Design of Geospatial Analysis for Anticipatory Action

Exploring approaches that improve the efficiency and effectiveness of humanitarian action – thereby saving more lives, properties, and livelihoods.

Blog Post 24 Aug 2023

What Could a Successful Summit of the Future Look Like in 2024?

Defining broad criteria for a Summit that builds greater trust and reduces acute risks.

Blog Post 28 Jul 2023

Financial Inclusion is Key to Reducing Haiti’s Vulnerability to Modern Slavery

For World Day Against Trafficking in Persons we explore how financial inclusion can be strengthened to protect vulnerable Haitians from exploitation.

Blog Post 25 Jul 2023

Sri Lanka at a Crossroads: Where Next for the Protest Movement that ‘Went Home’?

After a major protest movement brought a change in Sri Lanka's leadership, we reflect on the country's debt crisis and ongoing economic problems.

Blog Post 19 Jul 2023

The New Agenda for Peace: A Model for the Declaration on Future Generations?

Although far from perfect, the New Agenda for Peace offers a potentially transformative model for emerging and future risks.

Blog Post 28 Jun 2023

Why Compassion Matters in Asylum Policy

Felicity Kersting, a Senior Researcher at NatCen International, explains why compassion should be at the heart of the international asylum system.