Migration and forced displacement are among the most pressing global challenges of our era.
Education is key to the SDGs, but transformation both at system level and within sites of learning is crucial if they are to be met.
Human well-being is about more than income. It's about opportunities, what people can be and do – and how innovation affects this.
Solutions are not simply about the 'best' technology – tensions may exist between agri-food, bio-energy and green-tech policies.
Innovation is the fundamental engine of growth, employment and quality of life, but its advantages are unevenly distributed.
Infrastructure demands are key to inclusive development. So how do we ensure no one is excluded?
Innovation profoundly affects health systems and access to care, but research on innovation and health equity remain poorly integrated.
Seed funding from the Royal Academy of Engineering's GCRF Frontiers of Engineering for Development will help untap potential of solar energy in India.
Although the UK inflation rate has leapt to 2.3%, Alan Shipman investigates why the government is secretly happy about it.
International Development seminar in which Professor Kunal Sen (University of Manchester) will put forward a new framework grounded in political economy for understanding growth.
Professor Joanna Chataway (SPRU, Sussex) provides an overview of three frames for research and innovation funding and policy, and introduces the TIPC.
Through six detailed case studies, research draws on empirical evidence to plot the move from green design to sustainable, inclusive innovation.
In March's issue: reducing the cost of treating NCDs, the evironmental costs of Trump's wall & building on the OU's educational strategy with migrants and refugees.