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Toward Understanding Our World's Moral Landscape: Carnegie Council's Centennial Projects on a "Global Ethic"   Transcript
08/06/14
What do leading thinkers believe to be the greatest ethical challenges of today and the future? Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Devin Stewart writes on the highlights of this interview series. >Ideas >Commentary
West Africa's Misguided War on Drugs   Transcript
Kofi Annan 07/11/14
West Africa is increasingly enmeshed in the global drug trade. A new report from the West Africa Commission on Drugs calls for a different approach to drug abuse, one that treats it not as a criminal-justice issue, but rather as a public-health problem. >Ideas >Commentary
Urbanization and its Discontents: Educating Dhaka's Slum Children   Transcript
Mabruk Kabir 07/09/14
Dhaka, Bangladesh is one of the world's fastest growing cities due to urban migration. Children who end up living in its slums are 2.5 more likely to be excluded from school than the national average. How can we solve this inequity? >Ideas >Commentary
Of Moonshots and Slingshots   Transcript
Vinay Gupta 06/18/14
Only if policy people and technologists work together better will we change the world in ways that are congruent with our most critical human needs and planetary risks. >Ideas >Commentary
A Dangerous Dance in Modern Iran   Transcript
Negar Rachel Treister 05/30/14
Any stirring of excitement about change in Iran needs to be tempered by the reality that change will never come from the current leadership. >Ideas >Commentary
Wei Yang
Wei Yang is a graduate student in sociology at National Tsinghua University in Taiwan. >Innovators >People
Huang Yu-Fen
Huang Yu-fen is a graduate student in sociology at National Tsinghua University in Taiwan. >Innovators >People
Rwandan Cycling Rises from the Ashes of Genocide  
Evan O'Neil 04/14/14
The film Rising from Ashes is an inspirational story of how Rwandan cyclists are working hard to compete on the highest international stages. >Ideas >Video
Mabruk Kabir
Mabruk Kabir is a consultant in the World Bank's South Asia Education Unit. >Innovators >People
To Lead Tomorrow, Future Leaders Must Learn to Read Today   Publication
Mabruk Kabir 03/27/14
A country's destiny follows the learning curve of its children. If all students in poor countries were taught basic reading skills, 171 million people could be lifted out of poverty. >Ideas >Briefings
Carol Bellamy
Carol Bellamy is the chair of the International Baccalaureate board of governors. She previously served as the executive director of UNICEF. >Innovators >People
Marc Bamuthi Joseph
Marc Bamuthi Joseph is one of America's vital voices in performance, arts education, and environmental justice. >Innovators >People
Green Politics Is Just High-end Consumerism (If We Don't Connect It to Race and Class)   Publication
Marc Bamuthi Joseph 03/25/14
It would be wise for the environmental movement to use the arts as a vessel for kindling empathy and inspiration in historically disenfranchised communities. >Ideas >Briefings
Gordon Brown
Gordon Brown is the United Nations special envoy for global education and member of parliament for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath. >Innovators >People
Education Without Borders  
Gordon Brown 03/24/14
There cannot be universal access to education without an agreement that we will cater to young people in conflict zones. A pilot project in Lebanon leads the way. >Ideas >Innovations
The Democracy of Urban Mobility  
Enrique Penalosa 02/11/14
The former mayor of Bogotá shares some of the tactics he used to change the transportation dynamic in the Colombian capital, and suggests ways to think about building smart cities of the future. >Ideas >Video
Poverty Is Never Just One Problem at a Time   Transcript
Prahlad Shekhawat 11/25/13
Only a multidimensional approach can determine who is poor, how they are poor, and which deprivations they experience simultaneously. Indian policymakers need these details. >Ideas >Commentary
Innovating Aid: Interview Series   Publication
Neha Bhat 11/18/13
Neha Bhat talks with innovators in humanitarian and development aid about new and efficient solutions to the crises of our time. >Ideas >Briefings
The Global Fund: Winning the Fight against Killer Diseases   Transcript
Jeffrey Sachs 10/29/13
Our fight to eradicate the world's deadliest diseases hinges on a handful of world leaders providing aid for major public health projects. >Ideas >Commentary
Why Groningen Is the World's Cycling City   Publication
Clarence Eckerson, Jr. 10/24/13
Is Groningen the best city in the world for getting around by bicycle? Residents seem to think so. Streetfilms takes us on a tour of its innovations and amenities. >Ideas >Briefings

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