Seema Jayachandran

Live now: Power & limits of economic development as a pathway to gender equality

"When we are designing our future, words matter. Interaction <=> people, expertise,& leadership play important role… https://t.co/Fia2Foe3qf

Nutrition during formative primary/adolescent years is critical for health & cognitive development. Tackling hunger… https://t.co/rSCkHRSLA6

"The world needs new leaders w/ fresh vision who can help rebuild political trust & shake off 'democratic dysfunct… https://t.co/a7RnvhxKXF

RT @SpoljaricM: Consumers are increasingly looking for sustainable products which entice companies to consider their carbon footprint. @EBR…

Diplomacy today now extends to the digital sphere, including dealing with #disinformation #KAPTalks alum… https://t.co/fmubjp8dSU

Everyone supports 'ethical AI', but much #AI continues to have profoundly unethical impacts - particularly in the w… https://t.co/Bs5YkDG9fs

Datasets powerfully construct model worldviews, so they're important to study. The Knowing Machines team has assemb… https://t.co/UdS7YZxAum

#KAPTalks alum & UN Health Commissioner @almmura makes the link between #women's health, women's empowerment and gl… https://t.co/TIPPFUZVu8

That today’s world situation is the worst since the end of WWII is not an excessive statement. #KAPTalks alum… https://t.co/yFn3qdUz1G

Knowing Machines: a research project tracing histories, practices, & politics of how machine learning systems are t… https://t.co/SBlZdvVbnH

The economic outlook has darkened significantly. #KAPTalks alum @KGeorgieva on how to get back on track: ▪️ Act… https://t.co/2v47Dh8ZAB

RT @andersen_inger: Each time our planet🌍 circles the sun and returns, at year end, we on this planet have fewer resources. #Circularity is…

It's #worldyouthskillsday! Let's take a moment to revisit this inspiring talk with @EstherTBenjamin on the skill o… https://t.co/VmV8uIx7C0

#disinformation has increased enormously & threatens societies w/ fraying cohesion and undermined democracies… https://t.co/Oagw2Ytzgk

In cities around the world, the gig #economy is mostly migrant labour. Although offering degrading work conditions,… https://t.co/XJidu0GSuA

Last year, @MathaiWanjira gave an inspiring #KAPTalks on a sustainable green future. https://t.co/yXngFpvByb Now s… https://t.co/QurMf56kvE

Challenging curriculum ideas in higher education can be crucial to them being more socially and culturally responsi… https://t.co/WuqXjcB5LH

Congratulations to #KAPTalks alumn @carlbildt for his 100th column anniversary and wise words over the years. https://t.co/Trt9ua1pVD

#KAPTalks alum @malloch_brown says the whole world needs a Marshall Plan, but didn't get it at the #G7. Read his… https://t.co/G1M8Vddu3N

The #genderequality divide starts with children: Fathers are less willing to pay their daughters’ human capital or… https://t.co/NIQoGqKkQx

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The Kapuscinski Development Lecture series, named for Ryszard Kapuscinski, a Polish journalist and writer who covered developing countries, is organized jointly by the European Commission, the United Nations Development Programme and partner universities and development think tanks. Since 2009, over 40,000 participants – live and online – have attended over 120 lectures.

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