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Each year, developing countries lose billions to multinational corporate tax dodgers, so why aren't they being invited to shape new global tax rules?
800 women die in childbirth every day, 795 are in low-income countries. We're calling for free public services to help fight this inequality.
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This case study showcases the Ethiopia Disaster Risk Reduction national planning system and how the...
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Across G20 countries and beyond, women are paid less than men, do most of the unpaid labour, are over-represented...
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