Policy Brief
Private Sector Participation and Commitment to SDGs
Pinaki Dasgupta (International Management Institute), Sampada Kumar Dash (International Management Institute)
Policy Brief
Engaging the Private Sector for Health SDGs: Lessons From India’s National Tuberculosis Elimination Programme
Mayank Sharma (PATH), Raghuram Rao (Central Tuberculosis Division), Kirankumar Rade (World Health Organization), Shibu Vijayan (Qure.ai), Neeraj Raizada (National Technical Support Unit (National Tuberculosis Elimination Program)), Bhavin Vadera (USAID), Venkatesh Roddawar (JSI), Sapna Surendran (Nutrition and Population), Shamim Mannan (Clinton Health Access Initiative), Mandar Randive (PATH)
How to fix our institutions so they can live up to their promise
Election corruption, police brutality, political turmoil, tax breaks for the wealthy, unequal educational access, wage inequality, disinformation perpetrated by the media, and more. Events of the last few years have demonstrated that society’s institutions are in dire shape. Institutional failure is occurring because these institutions, from local to global, were ... Read more
How companies can measure social and environmental progress
Our current measures of progress are primarily financial and short-term. Macro-level reporting has had a particular emphasis on GDP and corporate reporting has largely been focused on shareholder value. In the context of broader social objectives, our current approaches to reporting are neither sufficient nor effective. While there has been ... Read more
The International Financial System in Distress
The economic transformation needed to recouple economic growth with social prosperity and environmental sustainability will require a significant amount of financial resources. These financial needs come against the background of the Covid-19 pandemic, which has triggered massive fiscal spending for supporting the economy and improving public health. Central banks have ... Read more
Global Solutions Hub
Wealth and Health: contribution of health businesses to recoupling
The COVID-19 crisis has exposed many fundamental aspects of our society. The world needs to transcend the challenges laid bare by the crisis. There is a clear need to move beyond today’s polarization to future guided by partnership and collaboration to create a better and fairer world. How can we ... Read more
Global Solutions Hub
The role of civil society and businesses for fostering recoupling
There is growing consensus that shareholder primacy has been a source of disconnect between the objectives of most businesses and the common good. Moreover, with pervasive tax evasion and growing concentration in most markets, the power of corporations and of corporate leaders is seen as a threat to sound governance ... Read more
Global Solutions Hub
Our money – our choice: How can the G20 use digital finance to achieve the SDGs?
With only 10 years left to realize the 2030 Agenda, there is a common call to boost finance from additional funding sources in order to accelerate sustainable action. At the same time, new finance options and innovative tools are emerging and fueling the international debate on their potential for sustainable ... Read more
Global Solutions Hub
What can the G20 do to develop future skills, improve employability and encourage ‘good work’ in the post pandemic world?
The implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on global economies, supply chains, and corporations are far reaching. G20 countries are grappling with historically high unemployment rates as stay-at-home-orders upended livelihoods. This, coupled with jobs increasingly at risk of automation due to advancing technology, will impact the availability and quality of employment ... Read more

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