Highlighting the best global development research on emerging topics.
Meaningful participation is dependent on people being willing and able to participate and express their voice
Building participation in processes and tools used to facilitate economic advancement
Models and processes of participation in economic decision making
Within development there has been research, policy and practice which has offered an analysis of the impact of heteronormativity or challenged bad practice.
Lessons from a series of country-level case studies.
Research from Ethiopia and Bangladesh on the potential of nutrition sensitive interventions
Understanding the social norms that restrict women's access to paid work.
Understanding the role of leadership, capacity and accountability.
The complex interdependencies between climate change, water and other social and environmental factors present a challenge for researchers and policy makers.
How children's choices influence their wellbeing and how research can help.
CSA promises agricultural transformation that at the same time responds to climate change. But can it deliver?
Developing strategies to reduce poverty without worsening climate change.
Can access to electricity from renewable sources play a role in poverty reduction?
The story of loss and damage in global climate negotiations is a triumph of persistence and diplomacy. But there is still a long way to go and more work to be done.
Cities are acutely exposed to the impacts of climate change but are developing innovative approaches to tackling it.
The case for gender equality in climate change policy is shifting towards a more rights based approach.
Interest in the potential for indigenous knowledge to inform responses to climate change is growing.
Research shows the importance of improving access to health services to address health inequalities.
The relevance of disaster risk reduction to climate change has led to growing efforts to link the two sectors.