Covid-19 has shown the effectiveness of local partners. If the sector is to respond and rebuild, it must redistribute power
Far from seizing the unique opportunity as both co-host to a Cop summit and current president of the G7 to advance a positive, green, post-Brexit agenda, this government has missed its moment
£200m project to tackle avoidable blindness and disfigurement in Africa is axed with cut to aid budget
Exclusive: ‘There couldn’t be a worse time for the government to cut so much funding,’ says vice chair of All Party Parliamentary Group on HIV and AIDS
Photos from Dover show several of the same protesters who were previously at Insulate Britain's M25 protests which hit the motorway five times in over a week.
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Government announces re-opening of high schools for boys but makes no mention of girls
Shabana Basij-Rasikh co-founded the only boarding school for girls in Afghanistan. Now, as the school year begins, she reflects on the power of educated women.
The fast fashion giant has committed to making all of its clothes using recycled or more sustainably-sourced material by 2030.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, who was shot by a Taliban gunman in Pakistan as she left school in 2012, pleaded with the world on Friday not to compromise on the protection of Afghan women's rights following the Taliban takeover.
The features within Instagram that cause teenage girls to develop negative feelings about their body image may be baked into the very core of the platform