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Supporting Access to Justice for Survivors of Gender-Based Violence

Ana María Iannini Uribe
December 5, 2022
4 Minute Read

By working with local organizations and judicial institutions in Colombia, we supported the improvement of access to justice for survivors of gender-based violence.

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3 Ways to Integrate Disability Inclusion and Accessibility in Procurement

Rachel Chaikof | Etimah Mutsago | Johana Elangwe
December 2, 2022
4 Minute Read

More than 15 percent of the world’s population have a disability, and face obstacles that limit their participation in daily life activities.

The War in Ukraine and the Future of Global Food Security

Garron Hansen | Tetyana Dudka
November 22, 2022
2 Minute Read

What bold choices and scalable changes can we make to potentially meet the Sustainable Development Goals, particularly Goal 2: End Hunger? Today’s lessons from Ukraine and worldwide shed light on our global dual reality: There is hope — and the stakes have never been higher.

Development Works Here with Taylor Jack

Taylor Jack
November 22, 2022
< 1 Minute Read

Development works here because great people work here. We’re excited to introduce you to our team.

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Advancing the Green Economy Through Market-Based Approaches

Liz Keller | Greg Rulifson, Sustainability Advisor to BHA, ICF International
November 15, 2022
< 1 Minute Read

Climate change threatens economic growth worldwide, and the application of market-based approaches to address development and humanitarian challenges is essential for building climate-resilient and sustainable economies.

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Neuroscientists, Geneticists and Cultural Theorists Bring New Tools and Perspectives to Conflict Studies

Dr. Mette Bastholm Jensen
November 2, 2022
< 1 Minute Read

With war on the rise for a decade, King’s College London has gathered a team of experts from fields not typically associated with war research. The hope is that novel approaches might lead to new insights into the roots of violence, and also suggest pathways to peace.

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Learning from Colombia’s Inclusive Approach to Migration

Molly Burns | Juan Anibal Sosa Iglesias | Juan Barco
October 20, 2022
5 Minute Read

By recognizing and supporting the idea that migration represents a significant opportunity for societal strengthening, the Government of Colombia is making strides in migrant integration.