Labour unions played a key role in designing the Sustainable Development Goals. Now they are fighting to get them implemented – nationally and internationally
Working in Myanmar’s garment industry is rarely any better than in neighboring countries. Exploitation is wide spread. But unions are fighting for change.
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.
DDD’s 20th issue explores global work realities in the 21th century .
Around the world, youth want to shape their own futures, but high unemployment is holding them back. Discontent can at times lead to revolution.
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.
Revolutions smash capitalism – not. Instead consumer’s disobedience will, says this intriguing short story. (Maybe.)
Alternative economic approaches – based on commons – have emerged around the turn of the century. Are we heading towards the “ecommony”?
The expansion of big retailers in developing countries poses a challenge for food security.
Ibrahim Mayaki, CEO of NEPAD talks about the possibilities to strategically design Africa’s future and the role agriculture will play in a transformation.
With 60% of Africa’s population working in agriculture, innovations like Esoko’s pricing apps promise to improve conditions of smallholder farmers.
Michael Braungart talks about the reverse character of sustainability and the actual potential of the human footprint. An interview with the founder of C2C.