Report on transforming urban slums into sustainable communities to debut at Habitat For Humanity’s Hong Kong Asia-Pacific Housing Forum
The United Nations 193-member states agreed on Sunday on an agenda for the world's sustainable development over the next 15 years that pledges to leave no-one behind, placing ending poverty and hunger at the forefront ...
Governments must pay close attention to the scale, nature and focus of women’s rights funding when they meet in Addis Ababa to discuss development finance
A new "Freedom Seal' has been launched for businesses to communicate to consumers they have due diligence mechanisms in place, and are actively taking steps to prevent forced labour and human trafficking.
Energy, financial services and manufacturing are the lead investment destinations in South Asia's US$8.8 billion impact investment sector reports Global Development Advisors Dalberg and the Global Impact Investment Network
In the third of an ongoing series of interviews, SharingValueAsia maps what 'Shared Value' means in different Asian markets. FleishmanHillard India's Yusuf Hatia reveals a complex landscape of historical legacies but points to huge potential ...
The Indian impact investing sector is worth US$1.6 billion, but its full potential remains constrained by poor frameworks, argues the national Impact Investors Council.
In an ongoing series of interviews, SharingValueAsia explores why big business is engaging in the global development agenda. We talk with Beiersdorf Asia's Suwannee Sritonyachote
Oxfam Asia's Lan Maercado doesn’t want the donations, she wants business to get involved in the fight against inequality.
Governments should decentralise and rely on local administrations for welfare programmes, World Bank reports