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Ivan Pinto
Ivan Pinto received a master's degree in development economics and international project management at Université Paris-Est Créteil. >Innovators >People
Julia Taylor Kennedy
Julia Taylor Kennedy is principal of JTK Consulting Services. She is a writer and researcher who designs, builds and manages programs, with a focus on big ideas for social good. >Innovators >People
Who Will Feed China’s Pigs? And Why Does It Matter to Us?   Transcript
A new generation of Chinese companies like the New Hope Group and COFCO are challenging the dominance of U.S. agribusiness as they seek to meet China's growing demand for food. >Ideas >Commentary
The BRICS Development Bank: Why the World's Newest Global Bank Must Adopt a Pro-Poor Agenda   Publication
Oxfam International argues that the newly created BRICS Development Bank must commit to fighting poverty and inequality. >Ideas >Policy Library
Government Procurement Agreement Should Permit Environmental and Social Linkages   Publication
Rachel Denae Thrasher 06/05/14
Since government procurement makes up such a large percentage of global trade, we should encourage governments to make positive purchasing choices with social and environmental benefits for all. >Ideas >Policy Library
Pedro Abramovay
Pedro Abramovay is director of the Latin America Program and regional director of Latin America & the Caribbean at the Open Society Foundations. >Innovators >People
Brazil's Statute of Virtual Liberty  
Pedro Abramovay 05/06/14
Government surveillance and Heartbleed-type security scares have shaken faith in online freedom, yet Brazil pushes ahead with an Internet bill of rights protecting net neutrality. >Ideas >Innovations
Joshua S. Fouts
Joshua Fouts is an anthropologist, researcher, and writer focused on projects involving creativity in cultural and scientific innovation. >Innovators >People
Priscila Néri

Priscila Neri is a Brazilian journalist, activist, and documentary filmmaker who joined WITNESS in 2008. >Innovators >People

Eduardo Paes
Eduardo Paes is the mayor of Rio De Janeiro. >Innovators >People
Forced Evictions Defeat the Spirit of Big Sporting Events   Transcript
Priscila Néri 03/19/14
The evicted residents of Rio demand to be included in the benefits and the legacies of big tournaments like the World Cup and Olympics. >Ideas >Commentary
Carlos Ghosn
Carlos Ghosn is chairman and chief executive officer of Renault and Nissan. >Innovators >People
Proven Anti-hunger Strategies   Publication
Thomas W. Pogge, Timothy Wise 07/16/13
Beyond economic growth and safety nets there exists a wide range of proven anti-hunger strategies that deserve greater attention in the current policy-making context. >Ideas >Policy Library
Jugaad: How Scarcity Drives Innovation  
Simone Ahuja 07/11/13
If necessity is the mother of invention, then scarcity is its grandmother, says Simone Ahuja in this TED talk. >Ideas >Video
Celebrating the World's Best Disarmament Policies   Publication
World Future Council has nominated a range of innovative approaches to disarmament for its 2013 Future Policy Award. They will be judged on their sustainable development and human security impact. >Ideas >Briefings
A New Development Bank for Infrastructure and Sustainability   Transcript
Nicholas Stern, Amar Bhattacharya, Mattia Romani, Joseph Stiglitz 05/02/13
The BRICs are financing infrastructure and sustainable development at home and in other developing countries. >Ideas >Commentary
Amy Lieberman
Amy Lieberman is a freelance journalist living in New York City and based primarily out of the United Nations Secretariat. >Innovators >People
Otaviano Canuto
Otaviano Canuto is Vice President and Head of the Poverty Reduction and Economic Management (PREM) Network, a division of more than 700 economists and other professionals working on economic policy, poverty reduction, and analytic work for the World Bank's client countries. >Innovators >People
Exporting Expertise: Lessons from Brazil's Forest Success   Publication
Doug Boucher, Evan O'Neil 02/13/13
It took a broad group of actors to reduce Brazilian deforestation by 75 percent in seven years. Now, their success can be emulated in other tropical countries. >Ideas >Briefings
Fighting the Resource Curse through Cash Transfers  
Todd Moss 11/26/12
Through a system of transparency, dividends, and taxation called Oil to Cash, Todd Moss of the Center for Global Development proposes a democratic solution to the resource curse. >Ideas >Video

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