Reframing the Debate: A Closer Look at Technological Innovation’s Link to Widening Global Inequality – Part II

(Inequality in Brazil | Oxfam)   One of the hottest topics at the UN Global Dialogue on the Future of Work We Want this month was technological innovation’s impact on widening global inequality. To continue the conversation, I invite you to read this second of our three-part article delving deeper into the global landscape of …

Webinar on Partnership for Sustainable Development Data: Mobilizing Data for Leaving No One Behind (28 April 2017) – UNSSC

Join the conversation on Partnership for Sustainable Development Data: Mobilising Data for Leaving No One Behind with Dr. Claire Melamed, Executive Director of Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data on 28th April 2017. After the successful launch of our SD Talks Special Series on Data for Sustainable Development in March 2017, we are pleased to announce the …

The Future of Work We Want: A Closer Look at Technological Innovation’s Link to Widening Global Inequality – Part I

  The interplay between technological innovation and rising inequality deserves more study and debate. This is a three-part article delving deeper into the global landscape of inequality in relations to extreme technological and wealth – capital – accumulation.   Technological innovation’s impact on the future of work, especially widening global inequality, was a key focus …

G20 Economies Gather to Advance Policies for a Digital Future

Last week’s G20 Digital Economy Ministerial Conference in Düsseldorf, Germany marked the first such meeting of digital ministers of the 19 leading economic nations and the European Union (G20). The conference was one of several ministerial-level meetings held to discuss individual G20 topics in-depth in preparation for the G20 Summit on 7-8 July in Hamburg, …