The Survey on the Global Agenda produced a wealth of region-specific data, allowing us to compare and contrast the many different challenges as they are experienced around the world, and providing insights into how to tackle these difficulties as they occur in their region.
Donald Kaberuka: The cautious optimist
According to our Survey, Sub-Saharan Africa is the region most optimistic about tackling the global challenges we all face. We spoke to the President of the African Development Bank to get his perspective on the region’s future. Read more »
Building for the better: tackling inequality, unemployment and corruption
All around the world, regions are struggling to reconcile growth with sustainable development. Inequality, unemployment and corruption are felt in every corner of society and need to be addressed in their specific regional context. Read more »