Major changes are currently taking place in Myanmar.
Radio for Economic Empowerment of Small-scale Farmers in Tanzania
Ever more sophisticated robots are taking over jobs. Poverty might follow in step. But there is a concept, often derided as socialist utopia that could help.
Morocco’s new solar power plants are expected to support 1.1 million people and hopes are high for a boost in job creation. Yet obstacles still remain.
South-South cooperation thrives, but efforts remain fragmented. International institutions need to adjust to the reality of a new distribution of power.
Around the world, youth want to shape their own futures, but high unemployment is holding them back. Discontent can at times lead to revolution.
Renowned sociologist Saskia Sassen discusses her latest book “Expulsions”
Book review: the necessary revolution
Dubious banks take advantage of the poor in Nigeria. The mini-series “E-Go Better” educates farmers about the risks and chances of microfinance.
Marcos Eguiguren is Executive Director of the Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV). He explains in an interview how bankers foster social change.
The problem lies not in food production, but in access to food. We are letting them starve - but we are not the perpetrators says Jean Ziegler.
How speculation on food commodities raises food prices in developing countries.
Instead of reducing gender inequalities, the current policy of financial institutions contributes to structural discrimination against women.
Why are social entrepreneurs so important?
While in the past most companies were lobbying against any state regulations, the mind-set has changed. CSR departments demand for stronger policies.
Lima, Peru’s vibrant capital has to cope with chaotic public transportation. Reforms are caught between corruption and opportunism - but progress is made.
Change the rules of the game by transferring power to the communities.
Africa's start-up scene is driven by innovators in the field of digital media and IT. Some of them met through Ampion.
Baladini was founded in 2014 to train Egyptian women in artisanal food production. DDD talked to one of the founders.
“Post-2015” sounds like a very technical term .We decided to fill it with live and show the ideas behind it, the community projects, the big picture and the small one, and, most important, the people shaping it.
Regulation of land grabs won't help - land grab financing needs to stop.
Campaigns for Sustainable Sourcing And Responsible Employment at London 2012
Mirjam Leuze – a German director – talks about her film that tells the story of women in Kyrgyzstan fighting a gold mine
In some parts of Europe, garment workers earn less than their Asian counterparts – even if they work for big brands
Ethical fashion conquers the world couture capital Paris: Good-bye hippe hemp sack, hello haute couture!
A Dutch company is taking the first steps towards a fairer mobile phone.