Anthony Bebbington, our next KAPTalks speaker, on the intersections of natural resource extraction, climate change and human rights.
An artistic collaboration crosses the conflict divide, bringing together Georgian and Ossetian youth to create artworks, animation and a virtual house of peace website.
Climate scientist Johan Rockström will discuss the risks of destabilizing the entire planet and how we can limit human damage and avoid crossing the tipping point of this climate crisis.
Yurii Romashko was driven to fight corruption in Ukraine, he and his team’s interest in data analysis and digital solutions have improved transparency and progress in the country.
Could a “new normal” for development planning and implementation emerge that embraces radical uncertainty and complexity as a feature, not a bug?
In Armenia, green energy solutions help those displaced from the conflict and their host communities stay warm and save money.

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are excluded from society

19%

of youth are unemployed

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are living with HIV

88%

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