Where you can hear from World Vision's experts, analysts and industry-leading thinkers who both guide and pioneer our work with children around the world.
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Let’s move from Do No Harm to Do More Good in South Sudan
Mesfin warns that to avoid famine in South Sudan, humanitarian and development actors, donors, regional bodies, and local governments must try something new - fast.
What Bridgerton tells us about child marriage
By Elena Gaia
Love it or hate it, record numbers of people have watched Bridgerton - Elena reflects on what we can learn about child marriage from the year’s most popular television series.
We saw this coming: why the tragedy in Mozambique is entirely preventable
By Johan Eldebo
What is unfolding in Mozambique is an unmitigated disaster, on many levels, and once again children will be left to pay the price - as they suffer the effects of conflict in this often-neglected country, Johan warns us why more attention needs to be paid now.
More than Moneypenny: women are leaders in security
By Frances Nobes
As James Bond has been slow to learn, women play vital roles in security work around the world, writes Frances.
Where's Al Gore's movie about violence against children
By Tamara Tutnjevic
My top three takeaways from working with leading think tank ODI on the sinister interplay between climate change and violence in childhood.
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