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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.
Tackling the five most common myths as women's economic empowerment moves from the 'gender ghetto' into mainstream development practice.
Abigail Hunt, author of the recent Development Progress report, Women's economic empowerment: Navigating enablers and constraints, writes on the challenges women face and the enablers we should be focusing on for Oxfam Policy & Practice as part of Her Series.
Ahead of World Water Week, authors from the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) write on the crucial role that sanitation can play in sustainable development.
When looking to implement education reform, policy-makers and donors should pay close attention to political context argues Joseph Wales. He looks specifically at DFID's new RISE programme and outlines the lessons that can be taken from development progress research on national level education progress.
What do the African Union's agenda for 2063 and the SDGs mean in a changing development landscape on the continent? Fortunate Machingura looks at how the regional dynamics are evolving.
There is now an overwhelming consensus that much of the data with which governments, companies and civil society organizations make decisions are flawed. However, this does not mean governments should turn away from data-driven policy-making, argues ODI Managing Director Claire Melamed.
Emma Samman showcases our interactive exploration of data on intersecting and intra-household inequalities.