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Generating Food Security in the Year 2020: Women as Producers, Gatekeepers, and Shock Absorbers
This brief examines the key roles that women play in maintaining the three pillars of food security - food productions, food access, and food utilization - and it looks at how strengthening these pil

Author: L.R. Brown, H. Feldstein, L. Haddad, C. Pe and A. Quisumbing
Organisation: International Food Policy Research Institute
Publish Date: 1995
Generation Entrepreneur? The state of global youth entrepreneurship
Young entrepreneurs are more confident than older entrepreneurs about creating jobs over the next five years in all regions except sub-Saharan Africa, but in terms of starting a new business, fewer y

Author: Jacqui Kew, Mike Herrington, Yana Litovsky, Helen Gale
Organisation: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), Youth Business International (YBI)
Publish Date: 2013
Ghana: assessing risks to stability
This report on Ghana is part of a series examining the risks of instability in 10 African countries over the next decade.
Author: David. W. Throup
Organisation: CSIS Africa Program
Publish Date: June 2011
GHEA Outlook 18: Are Satellite Cities the (official) future of GHEA’s urbanisation?
This issue of GHEA Outlook explores one aspect of the region’s urban future – Satellite Cities. It is a good example of an interesting trend -­‐ an equivalent but seemingly uncoordinated response to

Author: Society for International Development
Organisation: Society for International Development
Publish Date: November 2011
Global Ageing 2010: South Africa
South Africa's population is expected to grow to 57 million by 2050, with the proportion of elderly people increasing to 10.1% from 4.6% today. Age-related spending is projected to increase to 8% of

Author: Christian Esters, Marko Mrsnik
Organisation: Standard and Poor's
Publish Date: 2010
Global agriculture towards 2050
Agriculture in the 21st century faces multiple challenges: it has to produce more food and fibre to feed a growing population with a smaller rural labour force, more feedstocks for a potentially huge

Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Organisation: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Publish Date: 2009
Global conflict - future trends and challenges: towards 2030
Building on the scope of HMG policy planning and on our previous ‘Futures’ conferences, this high level meeting assisted senior officials to understand international perspectives on conflict and cons

Author: Richard Brown and Sam Selvadurai
Organisation: Wilton park Reports
Publish Date: 2011
Global Demographic Outlook to 2025: Risks and Opportunities for the World Economy
An overview of likely future global demographic patterns and their economic consequences.

Author: Nicholas Eberstadt
Organisation: American Enterprise Institute
Publish Date: 2006
Global Demographic Trends and their Implications for Employment
The population of the world reached 7 billion in 2011, an addition of 4 billion people since 1960. According to United Nations projections, another 1.4 billion people will be added by 2030. This pa

Author: David lam, Murray Leibrandt
Organisation: University of Michigan, University of Cape Town
Publish Date: May 2013
Global Demographics Trends: Drivers and Impacts
Global Demographics Trends: Drivers and Impacts
Author: Eric O. Udjo
Organisation: University of South Africa
Publish Date: 2007
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