Political shifts, demographic trends, and technological advances present new opportunities to advance well-being while also introducing risks that challenge existing systems and capabilities.
From antimicrobial resistance to digital technologies and artificial intelligence to the role of nongovernmental actors and the private sector, we analyze and advise the UN and its partners on emerging issues to better prepare for the future in a constantly changing world.
In a period when its presidency is held by countries from the Global South, the G20 should use major global moments to benefit young countries where the majority of future generations will be born, write David Steven, Senior Fellow at UN Foundation and Valeria Colunga, Mexican Delegate to the Y20.Read the Paper
While the COVID-19 crisis is top of mind right now, the next pandemic threat that could once again upend our lives and devastate economies — antimicrobial resistance — is looming.Read more
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Read about five key issues we are following in 2023.Read more