Global Policy’s May 2017 issue contains research articles on AI development, tax and multinational companies, the global economy, and planning in intergovernmental organizations. It has a special section on ‘Sustainability in Oceans Governance: The High Stakes of Blue Growth’.
Vol 8, Issue 2, May 2017
This special issue, 'Health Care Policy, Resource Allocation and Financial Sustainability', aims to foster dialogue on the current state of health-care financing. It includes contributions from academic experts, health-care practitioners, and members of the broader stakeholder community.
Special Issue: Health Care Policy, Resource Allocation and Financial Sustainabil

The GLI team from the University of Sheffield recently attended the Creative Commons Global Summit in Toronto. Best known for its content licences, Creative Commons is a global movement which encourages open sharing and creativity in commercial, educational, public and cultural settings. Catch up with all their blogs and papers here.

The Global Policy Summer School 2017, 'Global Inequality and Development', is a five-day intensive short-course that brings together the latest thinking with innovative practice. The course is led by some of the world's leading researchers and practitioners in the field. Please click here to find out more about the programme.

Caught Between Scylla and Charybdis: The Effects of Greece's Loss of Sovereignty C.J. Polychroniou - 23 May 2017

C.J. Polychroniou argues that Syriza is a political case study that should provide much food for thought to all radical movements,...

How Performance Poetry can be a Tool to Advocate Human Rights Raghavendra Madhu - 23 May 2017

Raghavendra Madhu underscores how performance poetry, the burgeoning global phenomenon, is voicing an array of global concerns and proving...

Elites claim we’ve persuaded them to Fight Inequality, but it’s Only Activism that can make them do it Ben Phillips - 22 May 2017

The words we never thought they’d say have recently turned from a trickle into a mighty river. The very building block of any decent...

Teams that Do Development Differently Jehanzeb Khan and Annette Fisher - 22 May 2017

Jehanzeb Khan and Annette Fisher argue that ‘Doing Development Differently’ is as much about the people and processes as it is...

Whatever happened to Peace? Arms, Oil and War by Proxy Jonas Ecke - 19 May 2017

We're living in a new era of proxy warfare, where multiple powers fund local proxies with disastrous consequences. We need to break the...

Building a Global Debunker for Fake News Walter Quattrociocchi - 19 May 2017

Walter Quattrociocchi explores the growing fight back against fake news. The spread of false information has always been with us, but it is...


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