A Call for New Partnerships to Tackle the Humanitarian Crises

September 22, 2015

Q&A with Graham Craft, vice president of corporate and foundation partnerships at Mercy Corps, on how public-private partnerships can make much-needed change It’s time to look at cross-sector collaboration in light of one of the most significant needs for resources …

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The Link Between Inclusive Growth and Infrastructure: Q&A with John Rossant

August 21, 2015

From knowledge economy innovation to the rise of emerging markets, cities are the drivers of trends that define today and the outlook on tomorrow. For this reason, cities’ potential to do something more—to foster inclusive growth— is as relevant now …

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Democratizing Big Data Starts with Dialogue: Q&A with Emmanuel Letouzé

July 1, 2015

The Data-Pop Alliance director and co-founder discusses how the understanding of the relationship between Big Data and human rights is evolving Leaders in the field of Data for Good stress that the revolution in Big Data is moving so quickly …

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TPP, Manufacturing and the Way Forward for Inclusive Growth

June 22, 2015

Q&A with Professor Robert Lawrence on the conversation we should be having around manufacturing and the future of the US economy The debate around the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been called “by turns obscure and overheated.” Among the many complex …

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What’s next for mobile finance in Africa? Q&A with Greta Bull

June 12, 2015

Greta Bull on progress in financial inclusion in Africa to date, why Tanzania matters and the prospects for greater change The story of mobile finance in Africa seems tailor-made for headlines in the age of the start-up: unencumbered by legacy …

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