Sally Roever, Director of the Urban Policies Programme at WIEGO, writes on their experience of working with informal workers and how technology is changing their working lives in the developing world.
With the third global Women's Entrepreneurship Day on 19 November, Abigail Hunt looks at how emerging technology is affecting women's working lives.
The rise of populism around the world highlights the group of people 'left behind' by progress in economically open countries.
Mollie Liesner, Private Sector Development, Markets and Trade consultant at Itad, shares her top takeaways from ODI's parliamentary reception on women's economic empowerment.
While this week's Habitat III conference had a high turnout and a focus on inequality, we didn't see major political or financial commitments to realise the New Urban Agenda.
As António Guterres prepares to take up his role in early 2017, ODI experts offer their thoughts on what his priorities should be.
Susan Nicolai, Head of the Development Progress Project, writes for the Guardian Development Professionals Network on the challenge of meeting the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
Elizabeth Stuart, head of ODI's Growth, Poverty and Inequality Programme, outlines the importance of including marginalised voices at international summits and in decision making.
Initial reflections on the first High-Level Panel on Women's Economic Empowerment report to the UN Secretary General
Apps providing domestic cooks, cleaners and care workers are growing rapidly in countries like India, Mexico and South Africa. Research Officer Abigail Hunt explores whether this is likely to be good or bad for the women who use them.