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REPORT | Women and the new humanitarian agenda
The response to humanitarian crises needs to focus more on women and to give women a greater leadership role.
Housing matters to people and they want to see something happen, Kathleen Kelly writes.
The human brain is a remarkable supercomputer, capable of making decisions and arriving at conclusions from surprisingly sparse data.
The European Union should step up its efforts to fight infectious diseases in the developing world as global public funding for neglected diseases stalls, our event report summarises.
Europe needs to make digital innovation a priority, competing in all areas of the technological market, rather than allowing the US to dominate the field.
No country in the world is satisfied with its healthcare system. The truth is that most don’t get the health outcomes they expect for what they pay.
The worldwide impact of the life-saving discoveries has become palpable in recent decades, as the average life expectancy has risen.
A group of experts from the public and private sectors looked at the challenges for affordable housing and potential solutions.
Given the novelty of ‘disruptive innovation’, the European Commission asked its Expert Panel to assess the relevance of the idea.
The 2016 G-FINDER report, published by Policy Cures Research and funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was launched 16 February.
Friends of Europe and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will host the launch of the 2016 G-FINDER report in Brussels on 16 February.
Risks to global health are growing, increasing the need for urgent, coordinated, top-level political action.