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Updated 49 minutes ago South Africa’s post-election government must put human rights at the centre of its policies or risk shackling people to the chains of unemployment,... →
23rd April 2019 The gap in investment needed to finance the Sustainable Development Goals is estimated at $2.5 trillion. Achieving the SDGs will require a shift... →
18th April 2019 The United Kingdom’s (UK) Department for International Development (DFID) is an ambitious government department that is committed to reducing... →
“We Know Our Lives are in Danger” – Environment of Fear in South Africa’s Mining-Affected Communities
17th April 2019 In March 2016, activist Sikhosiphi “Bazooka” Rhadebe was killed at his home after receiving anonymous death threats. Bazooka was the chairperson of... →
17th April 2019 This report makes the case for reducing government interference in the mining industry to enable it to contribute more effectively to overcoming... →
12th April 2019 Localisation of aid, partnership, and capacity strengthening are increasingly prominent issues within the humanitarian sector. Calls for... →
Two Degrees of Transformation Businesses are coming together to lead on climate change. Will you join them?
12th April 2019 The ‘Two Degrees of Transformation’ report was developed in collaboration with the Alliance of CEO Climate Leaders – a leadership community... →
11th April 2019 The need to mobilise private finance is at the heart of international discussions on how to finance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and... →